Sunday, October 3, 2010

Houses!

Hello everyone!

So finally, here's an update on the castle ^^ I made some houses, the windows were a bit of a bitch haha






Gonna make a little more details, then I shall work some more on the landscape!

Thanks everyone for your support, you are the hotness :D

Also, next update I will have a special surprise for you ;)

38 comments:

  1. That's looking pretty awesome! can't wait to see the final product

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  2. This looks like a very promising project.

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  3. Oh snap, you need to make a house in The Sims and show it to us.

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  4. ahh.. nice. i'm really looking forward to the completed project.

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  5. looks great, can't wait to see more!

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  6. great work !

    following & supporting.

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  7. Ooo, a blog about 3d modelling :O
    I'll be followin this xD
    Btw nice skills u got there :D

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  8. hehe.. very nice castle..
    lets wait the next update so :D

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  9. nice design, castles are your specialty.

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  10. looks pretty good man, I'm pretty decent in 3D design packages too =D

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  11. I'm looking forward to your next post!

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  12. Very nice work, i love this kind of buildings

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  13. Keep up the good work, you should do a clay render even if it's not finished because it is a lot more pleasing for the eyes!

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  14. Oh wow man, you got great skills - really. Do you do this for a living?

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  15. That's impressive. Good luck with the landscape.

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  16. man its coming along really nicely

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  17. That looks very cool. Uuuh a surprise you say? :D

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  18. doing a fantastic job, keep it up.

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  19. looks cool- you should check out sculptris

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  20. great job dude, keep up the work

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  21. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  22. Wow that's awesome and indeed a lot of workk

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