Nostalgic Endeavor and Ghostly

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Nostalgic Endeavor and Ghostly

Post by Silverevilchao » 09 Dec 2013 10:18 pm

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Love the concept of the Endeavor, but like the Hydrus one before it, it suffers from me having to stare at it for two minutes to figure out what's going on with it (...much like the Transformer movies, amirite? *shot*). It needs a reposing or more dramatic shading.

I have no idea what the Ghostly is, lol. The texturing is fantastic.
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Re: Nostalgic Endeavor and Ghostly

Post by Cranberry » 09 Dec 2013 10:43 pm

You mean you didn't own a bunch of these as a kid? Maybe you're not as old as I am. ;)
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Post by Silverevilchao » 10 Dec 2013 12:28 am

Cranberry wrote:You mean you didn't own a bunch of these as a kid? Maybe you're not as old as I am. ;)
Nope. :) And if I did...probably plastic, not wood. I grew up with Beanie Babies and legos and stuff...
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Re: Nostalgic Endeavor and Ghostly

Post by Griffin » 11 Dec 2013 02:36 am

I thought the Ghostly could be based on Little People, but the wood texture threw me off. I had the same ones in the picture Cranberry posted, but they were plastic.

The Endeavor is cool, I can totally picture it folding up into a little car. x)

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