Oh, Hello Ambassadors

Congratulations to all the winners.

For the rest of us might I suggest a trip through my archives?

And now for my next trick:

Model this in 3D. Goal: Be as awesome as possible

Not listed in my above (and very old) article, I also recommend art therapy.  To that end, Autodesk Sketchbook is a neat little program. (I’m running the trial)  It reminds me of Artrage if you’ve ever messed around with that.

My mother always told me I wore my heart on my sleeve.

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    • bargamer
    • May 26th, 2011

    Aw, that doodle is cute.

    • Borx
    • May 31st, 2011

    Fun stuff.

      • Tigerfeet
      • May 31st, 2011

      What the whosawhatsits? I call shenanigans! Also performance anxiety 😦 That looks REALLY nice. Mine is coming much more slowly.

        • Borx
        • May 31st, 2011

        I’m interested in seeing yours when you’re finished! All I had to go on was your drawing so I had to make a lot of assumptions and just go on what I thought you were trying to portray, but you have an idea of what you want it to look like.

        I use Cinema 4D and use procedural modeling so I can work pretty fast. Basically make a primitive shape and if needed manipulate that shape by punching more complex shapes out of it. It’s the same way I do vector art in Adobe Fireworks, so it’s the way I’m used to working.

        Hope you don’t mind me modeling it. D: I thought the concept was awesome and I’ve been needing some practice so it looked like fun. Now I’m kind of going freestyle on it adding more detail and changing some things.

        The downside to mine is while it looks pretty, there’s way too much geometry and some of the meshes are pretty dense so it really hurts performance. :/

        Anyways look forward to seeing yours when you finish!

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