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Here we go, straight from our genius modeller Blutonium. We bring you several model updates.

Posted by LucĂ­fer on Sep 19th, 2009

Straight from our genius modeller Blutonium. We bring you several WIP models for NBKE

War for the Overworld is a new project which is currently in the concept stages, we are hoping to reuse the majority of the models from NBKE for the War for the Overworld project.


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Bile Demon-



Chicken-

Dark Mistress-


Dragon-



Dwarf-



Hell Hound-



Horny-



Imp-



Samurai-



Skeleton-



Spider-



Tentacle-



Troll-

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Spooboy
Spooboy Sep 19 2009, 9:05pm says:

Good stuff

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Scarwing
Scarwing Sep 19 2009, 9:26pm says:

Indeed.

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Urch
Urch Sep 19 2009, 10:20pm says: Online

giggidy

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Obryn
Obryn Sep 19 2009, 11:38pm says:

Looking good!

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet Sep 20 2009, 1:01am says:

Looks like Blutonium has been working like a slave!!!... lol very great modelling work Bluto...

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Ox-Skull
Ox-Skull Sep 20 2009, 4:40am says:

Very impressive models, id pay good money for work like that( Hint Hint ) nice skills Blutonium

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sunhuts
sunhuts Sep 20 2009, 5:14am says:

Absolutley awesome, I cant wait to see the finished products guys.

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Smoth
Smoth Sep 20 2009, 9:25pm says:

jaw dropping.

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Kalenov
Kalenov Sep 20 2009, 11:57pm says:

Haven't played the original titles, but this seriously might get me to give them a try.

Brilliant sculpting job there as well on those models! Skill level is comparable to a lot of people over on Game Artisans! (And if you lurk there like me, that's saying something lol)

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sirsnipes
sirsnipes Sep 21 2009, 11:20pm says:

omg i LOVE DUNGEON KEEPER

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Xipuc
Xipuc Sep 24 2009, 1:18pm says:

Looks awesome, just keep up the good works guys!

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st.ern
st.ern Sep 27 2009, 6:46am says:

looks good but way too high poly.
i think u will reduce poly count for the playable game, right?

whats the polycount of these models, could u write it in these pictures?
which program did u use?

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