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Well it was a pain in the ass to do... thought it would only take about 2 hours... I was wrong. Lot more to a USB than you would think.

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mmm

good, it reminds me mmorpg on the internet

It could 2 hours

it is simple object, when I was modeling jack, it took me hour. what took you so long? it is simple model. still texutre on table could be better, and baterial of plastic too. 5/10 for effort

Quick question...

You obviously took quite a bit of time on this.... can see how two hours wouldn't do it. I was just wondering, why does it seem that there is a distorted image of "big ben" right underneath the reflection? I realize this is probably just one of those "seeing virgin mary in a slice of toast" things but, really. Could almost swear. To go further, looks like about two thirty (or ten thirty if it's reversed)

Little-Bacchus responds:

Lol took me a while but I so see it :D spooky! thanks for looking so closely :)

Again another nice model.

What I really liked about it was that you again got the proportions correct and had body in the metal, I've seen a lot of artists simply be lazy and don't put edges on small thin surfaces, I personally don't like doing that, everything needs body to it. I especially love the grating on the rubber/plastic connection and the embossed USB symbol bet there were the hardest to do. BTW do you use hypernerbs or do you do the smoothing by hand?

Great Job!!!

I love it!!!

Little-Bacchus responds:

Thanks :)

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