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Spline arrays! Why must you continue to vex me so? Just snap the points into place like you're supposed to!
  • Mood: Frustrated
  • Listening to: Venus - Theater of Tragedy
  • Reading: Fairy Tail Zero
  • Watching: Ergo Proxy
  • Playing: SPORE
  • Eating: Bacon & Cheddar Pretzle
  • Drinking: Hot white chocolate

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Elizabeth
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Favourite genre of music: Techno; Electronica; Punk; Metal
Operating System: Windows 7
Shell of choice: Turtle
Personal Quote: Don't make me put my foot up your ass and have a three legged race to the hospital!
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Low-Poly Master Sword by lady-die
Low-Poly Master Sword
Here's the model from this image: lady-die.deviantart.com/art/Lo…

The model is a tiny 1222 tris in 3D Studio Max's *.3ds, Wavefront *.OBJ, and trueSpace *.cob formats. So most 3D software packages should be able to open one of the files. It comes with a single image texture rendered from my high-poly model, and a simple displacement/bump map, and a normal map.

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Seems there's a problem with the file that was originally uploaded. Download disabled until its fixed.

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Hopefully the issues with the old model have been fixed. I've rebuilt the blade and hilt as well as reworked the texture maps. I also ended up remapping the model's U/V space so there's less stretching.

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The normal map was missing. It's included in the RAR file now.


Model and image © Liz Gibbs
All things Zelda © Nintendo
Released under Creative Commons
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MechWrrior / BattleTech - Uller / Kit Fox by lady-die
MechWrrior / BattleTech - Uller / Kit Fox
Standing at 9.3 meters tall, the 30 ton Clan OmniMech Kit Fox is better known as the Uller to the InnerSphere forces. 

From TRO : 3050
The Uller, named for the Norse god of archery, is an exceptionally versatile light 'Mech.  In its main configuration, the Uller carries a mix of weapons that gives it striking power at all ranges while avoiding the problems associated with reliance on a single weapons system.  Reasonably fast and well armored for its size, this design can hold its own against many of the Inner Sphere's medium 'Mechs.

In its primary configuration, the Uller combines four of the Clans' most advanced weapons.  Its main firepower comes from the LB 5-X autocannon in its
right arm and the extended-range large laser in its left.  A small pulse laser and Streak SRM 4 add to the Uller's punch at close range.  This design keeps
heat buildup in check, economizes on missile loads to avoid running out of ammunition, and provides sting at varying ranges.


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This is one of those builds that's taken me a while to put together. Like my Timber Wolf, I'd completed the torso and arms months ago but blanked out on how to construct the lower section and legs. I knew that I wanted to give this 'mech torso twist but the reference images had showed the legs locked to the sides just below the arms. When I finally figured out a lower hip section, the rest of the model came together in less than two days. Once again I went with the Prime configuration rather than a Mk I build or an alternate configuration. Like my other OmniMechs, I used weapons I designed for all of my Omnimechs. In this case the model is armed with an ER Large Laser, Medium Pulse Laser, AC-10, and Streak SRM 4 (originally built for my Viper).


BattleTech © The Topps Company, Inc.
Model and image © Liz Gibbs
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Hellraiser - Puzzlebox by lady-die
Hellraiser - Puzzlebox
Just a quickie between projects. It's one stage of transformation of Lemarchand's Puzzle Box (Lament Configuration). The film version has a few different transformations that are seen. This is the one that opens the gate.

The detail on the faces are texture maps rather than modeled in.
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Spline arrays! Why must you continue to vex me so? Just snap the points into place like you're supposed to!
  • Mood: Frustrated
  • Listening to: Venus - Theater of Tragedy
  • Reading: Fairy Tail Zero
  • Watching: Ergo Proxy
  • Playing: SPORE
  • Eating: Bacon & Cheddar Pretzle
  • Drinking: Hot white chocolate
Arporol by lady-die
Arporol
I'm surprised I hadn't uploaded this image. It was a random facebook request I jumped on a couple of weeks ago. Here's some copy/pasta of the original post:

Anybody with a copy of photoshop care to help a brother out? I had to turn in my work laptop yesterday when i left and now i'm stuck working on the office computer at my apartment. Need a super simple, low budget, no questions asked and no complaints on my end "slapping together of" a Guatemalan flag, a honey bee and maybe a honey jar (as in, a "logo" for a mom and pop, guatemalan honey producer) called Arporol (i know its a weird name) and "Established 1960." It's for somebodys birthday surprise. Also, need it an hour  I'll buy your a 10 dollar beer.

About 20 minutes later and this was the result! Everything used was (I hope) public domain.
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:iconartemis62699:
artemis62699 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the llama!!!
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lady-die Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama and visits in return!
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artemis62699 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
No prob!
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Mecenatos Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:tank: :tank: 3D Llama Badge
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lady-die Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
That has to be the most unique "Thanks for the llama!" post that I've seen yet!
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Mecenatos Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hehe :D (Big Grin)  thanks man, I always try to add some creative :iconmnrderpplz:  stuff when it's possible. I've adopted that "tanknique" as my signature.
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TenchuandAnimeluver Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for the llama! ^^
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lady-die Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
You're welcome!
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sullivan84 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you for llama
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lady-die Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Sure thing!
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