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Space jet WIP

3D hologram table ON OFF switch

3D hologram table

Healing spell SEKIRO style

Game scene sewer secret base lift

Game scene sewer secret base

game scene sewer

Mech centipede stand animation

Mech centipede walking

Mech centipede death animation

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Space jet WIP

3D hologram table ON OFF switch

3D hologram table

Healing spell SEKIRO style

Game scene sewer secret base lift

Game scene sewer secret base

game scene sewer

Mech centipede stand animation

Mech centipede walking

Mech centipede death animation

Helicopter-2

AY-PEE-CEE

Mushroom Crabo

Spaceship01cols

Stump

Fish Survivor

StarCraft Remastered Portrait Contest entries

Gunwalk

Z-DESIGN Tech Brushes Set v5

Into Shadow

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Hi everyone, I am a little frog (with red eyes and green skin). My partners and I are working on SC2 mods, my work are the art assets like models and effects. Hope you like them, best wishes. There are too many models we made this year, I can upload ...

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MocheeArt Digital Artist
really cool stuff! :D (Big Grin)  
Thamks for watching, but not much to see beyond what I've already posted.
You're work is awesome!

I've been hoping to create a series of StarCraft 2 maps featuring a unique 4th faction, but I don't know what 3D mode editor to use. What 3D model editor do you use exactly?
DelphiniumKeyHobbyist General Artist
Hi ThatWasLeftHanded,
  Thanks for your message! I use 3dsmax 2011 (English version) and StartcraftII art tool for modeling/animation/effects and 3dcoat for texturing.
  You can download the art tool from Blizzard.com freely, it's the offical tool for SC2 models.
I've heard about 3dsMax and now expensive it is... Is there any free or low coast program I can use instead?
DelphiniumKeyHobbyist General Artist
You can use Blender too! A Germany programmer called PrintIn made a script for Blender and it can export SC2 models. You can find the download at blender's script list.
sirdoom1Student Writer
love this good work!