Over the next few weeks I’ve decided to accept 50 small portrait commissions in exchange for people giving money to Doctors Without Borders.
— About —
-Hand drawn in pencil and are 3x5 inches big
-The cost is a $20 donation made directly to DWB
-Any character you want
-Portraits are from the shoulders up like in the examples.
— Details on how to participate —
- When you make your donation to Doctors Without Borders, take a screen shot of the donation confirmation screen or of your donation confirmation email.(of course, feel free to blur/block out private information.)
- Then send it to my email address,
LORillustration@gmail.com,along with what character you would like drawn, and the address you want it mailed to.
Compared to newer 3D games, where models are fully textured, Mario’s model in Super Mario 64 has only five textured areas: his eyes, his mustache, his sideburns, the buttons on his overalls, and the M on his cap. The rest of the model is surfaces filled with a solid color by the game’s engine. Here is Mario’s model without the textures.
“The one who holds the Triforce of Courage is… You, Link ! And the other, who holds the Triforce of Wisdom… is the seventh Sage, who is destined to be the leader of them all… It is I, the Princess of Hyrule, Zelda.”
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