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A 3D illustration from my game idea, The Bone Priest. The Game would be a survival horror game set in 15th century France. Right now the game is on IndieGoGo, if you want to check out the campaign you can go here:


I saw the things on the IndieGoGo page and, I must say, some pretty awesome stuff there, especially since you are a single dev and (from my experience) Asus aren't the most powerful laptops. I noticed you use Blender, which I use as well because honestly I find it one of the most user-friendly modelling programs, plus it is pretty powerful for something that you get for free. However, it is not just the software, as the software on its own isn't enough to create a masterpiece such as this, it takes an artist to operate the software and to manipulate the vertices and faces, and it is clear that an artist has done this.
Well done, and I hope the fundraiser goes well for you. I sincerely wish I could contribute something to the fundraiser, but I don't have money to do so. Nonetheless I'll be keeping an eye out for more of your things in the future :)

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Lowgan responds:

Wow, what an insightful review, that really explains why you gave it a zero. I can handle negative feedback, but this is not feedback, it's bullshit.

Dude if this is the types of graphics being put into the game from your art your game is going to be outstanindin in visual apearance! i get terrified just looking at this thing lol.

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Credits & Info

4.29 / 5.00

Jul 17, 2014 | 8:01 PM EDT
3D Art
File Info
1147 x 722 px
106.3 kb

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