Twinkle Star Sprite
- Apr 12, 2020
I don't get why it goes 1 2 4 6.
You're not supposed to show something unless you've done something.
Don't tell us you're going to make a console, just make it and then you can tell us
You didn't create shit. Others are out there making bad ass consolized systems. You made a render of a toaster.
Damn dude. You're bad ass. I have commissioned 2 consolized systems. The guy making them has amazing talent and I'll share them when they are ready.
They are not Neo Geo related so I won't be posting them in this section of the forum. Kinda like you shouldn't have posted your toaster here. There is a creative section you should visit.
P.S What's up with these wife pics? She got a fansonly?
I've never seen a tagging feature, but I can PM you when the systems are ready. I'll probably post them in the arcade section.
I'm not calling what you're doing fan art. There is a ton of cool practical shit in that section. Maybe someone will be inspired to bring your really sharp really heavy console to life.
I'll check it out.
I do want to say I'm also not necessarily opposed to that being me as well—I'd really like to learn to weld, and this would be a good reason to learn.
I just need more information before I can go much further and get tangible. Stainless steel is costly and really difficult to work.
But I think it would be worthwhile. It has a gorgeous look. (Maybe I should work on some shaders, show what that might look like. I did some for aluminum once, in Maya, years back. Steel would probably similar.)
Then why not post this... in the Creative section?
Maybe you should go to the garage and actually cut some material. Your 3D doodles don't make sense from a material standpoint. If you want to make something learn to make them then design for your materials and skillset. Dumping in the cold isn't doing anything to advance your abilities.
Also this. Probably intimidating because there's people who've actually made things there.
Any pics of Maya?