Soda cans, from start to end product.

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  1. K.C

    K.C New Member

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    Hey guys,

    Just a random few screen shots of some soda cans from start to end product. I was just wondering what you guys think of it? .......... will some of them be a legal issue?

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    I like to hear your thoughts on them.

    Sincerely
    K.C
     
  2. 3ph0r

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    pretty random haha. what will these be used for?
     
  3. K.C

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  4. 3ph0r

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    Yeah I agree that the designs need to change a bit, especially the last 2 on the right.

    If you are also looking for feedback on the models themselves, they look good.
    not sure about what art style the game will be but either way maybe dirty the texture up a bit, some dirt or scratch's wouldn't go a miss. adds to the survival style more too.
     
  5. K.C

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    Thanks for the feedback and advice (could use someone like you around more often, since I am working alone and dont get much feedback).

    About the adjustment, I'll Just change all of them to a made up name...... Just in case ;)
     
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    haha, well you know where I am if you need me ;)
     

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