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TurtleKing99 05-18-2011 08:02 PM

Object Request
 
To the skilled Alice object modelers:

For a school project, we were asked to recreate a movie scene in Alice. I want to recreate a scene from the movie "V for Vendetta". I would like to do well for this project, but I am having trouble designing V's mask. I humbly request that one of you experienced programmers help me out with the creation of V's mask.

Thank you,
-TurtleKing

Mr Kidnapper 05-18-2011 11:21 PM

If no one makes one in two days then I might start then. As of now Mr. Kidnapper has pressing business—26 Cthulhu poems and 6 information gathering worksheets that have a tendency to take ~4 hours each.

TurtleKing99 05-19-2011 10:06 AM

[QUOTE=Mr Kidnapper;35983]If no one makes one in two days then I might start then. As of now Mr. Kidnapper has pressing business—26 Cthulhu poems and 6 information gathering worksheets that have a tendency to take ~4 hours each.[/QUOTE]

Thanks! I appreciate it.

Mr Kidnapper 05-24-2011 02:57 AM

We Are Legion.
 
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From [URL="http://jimmyon.deviantart.com/art/Guy-Fawkes-Mask-Ressource-190004178"]http://jimmyon.deviantart.com/art/Guy-Fawkes-Mask-Ressource-190004178[/URL]
[IMG]http://img402.yfrog.com/img402/9748/becauseweare.png[/IMG]
There was a Hi-Res (Render) around 24,000 vertices and polys, but the ASE format that Alice uses (in a way) only supports subobjects of 10,000 polys. Or a little more. I don't remember if polys would work the same way as bytes. Needless to say, I did not want to split the model. I don't have time.
Of course, the mask pales at the sight of a certain 80,000 poly model in the center there.
I take it from the creator's mouth
[QUOTE=Jimmyon]or simply convert it into anything you want.[/QUOTE]
So that I'm safe from any legal purging. Not that I edited it in any way whatsoever.

TurtleKing99 05-25-2011 09:57 PM

lol. Thank you very much. You finished just in time and it looks great. Much appreciation.


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