The Mind (Discontinued)
The place no longer looks like the image due to the removal of bevels. While the shape is still the same, the smoothness and level of detail no longer exists. DISCLAIMER: Project has been discontinued due to too many issues after the featherweight release. I may at some point redo this project. New entry is Old School Cafe, set in the 1920s in the middle of the Jazz Era. The Mind is a building based on the aspects and character traits unique to an individual. Each room represents a different trait, such as creativity or self worth. Similar to how memories are fragmented into different areas of your mind, the rooms are similarily scattered throughout the building. Nearly everything you see has a meaning, so remember to keep an Open Mind. This place will tell a sad story when I'm done. Couldn't attach to the gallery: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9qny7Io3a4
Old School Cafe (1920s Jazz)
Sometimes it takes a heavy heart to gain the strength to face tomorrow. Sorry, the bar only serves Club Soda*, after all, if 99% of Robloxians are under 21, he'd get no business. *Club Soda is just carbonated water. The version with dynamic lighting is friends only since I'm just testing it. Once the build is done, the dynamic lighting will be implemented into the final product. PLEASE LEAVE COMMENTS. If you think there's something that needs to be fixed, or have a suggestion, post it. All instruments were built with parts, by my hand alone. They average about 80 parts each. Instruments still to add: Drum set Project Started on 10/14/2013
The Balisong Knife (Butterfly Knife)
A place showing my most recent model, a simple Balisong knife. Due to CSG constraints, I was unable to make the handles as detailed as I wanted, I'll probably make them multiple parts in the future so I can make it as detailed as possible. Also missing from the model: the latch (used to hold the knife closed when not in use, also can be used to lock it in the open position.) Once again missing due to csg contraints, it wouldn't let me add the hole for the pin, so I forwent it completely.