|24 Jun 2002|| Katja Alakotila|
HEYYY!!! 'Tis a new one! 8 )
Nice work, once again... The ball looks slightly plastic-y, though... maybe... But still this is something I could never ever create. *bows*
No wonder you got to that school... *wink and a grin*
|1 Jul 2002|| Alex Pass|
Wehay! glad to see another Max weapon! The chain is great. I've changed my mind tho. I dont want a sword any more, I want one of those!
|3 Jul 2002|| B.Glade|
I LOVE the chain! It's perfect! But...
the metal texture is a bit off. Or maybe it's just reflecting the grey background, just a wild guess.
I wise man once said: "God is in the details." I wish I'd remember his name... I think it could use some well placed details. Not a lot, but a few good ones. The model itself is very, very good! Keep up the good work, soon to be fellow MC
|11 Sep 2002|| Mikko S. Anttonen|
Great work again.. I like your weapon pictures =)
|26 Sep 2002|| Aaron R. Maurer|
This is really awesome I always loved these kind of weapons.
But its called a morning star flail a morning star would just be a regular spike ball mace.
|22 Feb 2003|| Danny|
I think it looks sort of plasticky, but I couldn't do any better, so what am I saying? Great pic!
|15 Oct 2003|| Zandor|
Very nice, its one of those things that when you use it, the first relaxing sound after is likely to be either "ouch" or "Crunch". Great stuff!!! Gotta have one!
|14 Mar 2004|| Hilary|
*pokes screen* Is that real???? Oh wow... well, in any case, nice morningstar, looks very... real (sharp too) I like it though!)
|19 Sep 2004|| Brian |
VERY realistic. I disagree totally with anyone who says it looks plastic. I prefer the dull metal look to the posibility of (shudder) chrome.....
|9 Jun 2011|| Technically...|
Technically it’s a flail, not a morningstar.