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Old 01-11-2005, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default New challenge soon!

Thanks to all those that participated in the Sept/Oct challenge! The votes will be counted over the next few days and announced when completed. The next challenge should also go up within the next day or two.

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I'm already waiting for it!!!
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give us a low poly challenge

or something 'crazy!'
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make it HARD !! :angery:
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But make it fun:attn:
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How about making it a 3 month challenge if it's a hard one? I could use the extra time.
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That would be cool....but only if its a hard one. Otherwise a month sounds good to me. Eventhough I am terrible at texturing right now.
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1 MONTH PLEASE!!!! Kills some of the suspense! And a low poly would be awesome... i need something to use my Wacom for! Its almost collecting dust! (j/k)
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Low poly? Oh no, I prefer some really hard, in two or three months. It's very instructive do hard things! And fun too.
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I prefer low poly myself. Im terrible at the high details of high poly work. When I started off I was copying Starcraft characters into Warcraft size models. Never got texturing done well though... :headbang:
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i vote the ussual 2 months its fine, 3 months is a lot and 1 month is less
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We'll be sticking with 2 months for now.
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I am back! ready for my second challenge. It would be nice to have one about favorite Anime Characters!. (If it hasnt be done yet0. I will join the next one for sure no matter what is about, Believe it!
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I dont know why I put 1. I am on cracker jacks.

2 sounds great to me.

How about design your OWN game character or did I miss that one already.

High and Low Poly categories.
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