I Built a Yoshi!

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby Sabi96 » 12 Aug 2015, 22:38

I did start with monochrome. I colored only one craft myself, BUT i printed only the lines and painted from scratch, and used markers
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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby SMDgamer27 » 12 Aug 2015, 22:38

FinalSmash wrote:
Sabi96 wrote:Of all people you think I have never built n64 models? :D
I was a beginner, too, I didn't start building such high poly stuff until a lot later



I never said that...




Okay try building an N64 model that you printed out with black and white toner and colored by hand with colored pencils


You use pencils, don't you, FinalSmash? Try using felt pens/markers, or even better - paint.

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby GP » 12 Aug 2015, 22:43

Actually, my paper is quite thin. I do not know the exact paper density, but I think that it is of about 120 grams per square meter.
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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 13 Aug 2015, 21:58

SMDgamer27 wrote:
FinalSmash wrote:
Sabi96 wrote:Of all people you think I have never built n64 models? :D
I was a beginner, too, I didn't start building such high poly stuff until a lot later



I never said that...




Okay try building an N64 model that you printed out with black and white toner and colored by hand with colored pencils


You use pencils, don't you, FinalSmash? Try using felt pens/markers, or even better - paint.



Yup.


But with those mediums you don't have quite the selection of specific colors that pencils offer. Well paint does, but not markers or pens.


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