Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Totally forgot to put up a picture of the 3d stuff I did. Nothing special really but here goes.

I think it turned out pretty well. I wanted to keep it pretty low-poly so it doesn't have as many doo-dads as the concept drawing but I think I managed to capture the spirit.


David Gale said...

For some reason I can never get full sized versions of the pics you post here. I click on them and nuffin' happens.

Scott Keating said...

Yeah, I dont' know what's up with that. I've been messing with it but I can't find an option to fix it...hmm..

sam said...

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