Following the same path of wanting to be different than other TSTO sites, we introduced design How-Tos to TSTO Addicts back in 2013. Mostly based around 2D and 3D design work. Really intricate design work done by some really talented people.
Wookiee, at least to me, was the King of 2D/3D designs. It’s one of the major reasons I asked him to join Addicts when we first started. Little did I know I’d be getting so much more than a 2D/3D designer! Wook would break down some of his most intricate designs from his Springfield into simple steps anyone (and everyone) could follow.
While we’ve had loads of 2D/3D posts over the years, the one that always stands out the most to me (and was the most duplicated by you guys) is Wookiee’s Mega Prison! So it’s time to turn it over to Wookiee and take a look back at the Mega Prison how-to…
Posted in 3D, Addicts Archives, Design Guide
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From Alissa…sorry guys word press had technical difficulties this morning. Some of you might have been alerted of this post twice..or had broken links to get here. Sorry about that…fortunately the issue is resolved now. I just can’t resend you correct links to your email. Sorry guys and thanks for your patience. 😀
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In the dimension of time and space on a fertile rock hurtling millions of miles through space out of control around a giant nuclear ball of gas, I sit here in my comfy blue recliner with a laptop on a pad which keeps me from singeing my furry tender parts with the ability to reach thousands of people across said rock on an intangible information highway with my run-on sentences. It’s both a humbling and exhaustive enterprise to the extreme. It’s also a labor of love hence why I keep on keeping on with this “job” which went from something fun to try to a three-year enterprise that’s paid in dividends that would make most people quit after a month of writing. Heck, just a taste of this gig has made a lot of people I can think of run for the hills. It’s exhausting, it’s a grind, and for reasons sometimes beyond even me, I love it.