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Futuristic Head (with headset) - Ratings
User Originality Useability Quality Textures Meshes Animations
Trinity 9 9 9 - 10 -
Avarage 9 9 9 - 10 -
Total rating: 9.25
Quality rating: 9.5

Review by Trinity
Originality Useability Quality Textures Meshes Animations
9 9 9 - 10 -

Posted on 2004-10-31 20:23:34

Original: This is a great head mesh, and it looks wonderful! It looks like the one from TRc just more detailed and 3D. Quality: It has 378 polygons, witch is great and it is very detailed. The only problem is that it has 300 vertices witch means that it won't work unless the vertices are lowered to somewhere around 250 vertices. It's a fairly easy fix for builders to change that if they want to use this for their outfit. Useable: Other then the vertices, this could be used in Catsuits and sci-fi outfits wonderfuly! Custom meshes: The mesh it's self is great! 378 polygons! It has a great shape and it's exteamly detailed. There is only the small vertices problem, but other then that this looks great! Awesome job! Edited by Trinity

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