Outside the Box:
By Maul Steed, Darth Modeler
16. Miss Kansas
Comments: Miss Kansas has a very nice body with a very good distribution of triangles. My only problem with her is her mid-stride pose and face. Her pose should have been more creative and sexy with the spirit of the competition in mind. Her face seems dour to me and even with a texture I think that dourness would come through. Still a nice job.
30. Miss New Jersey
Pose: Very Cool
Comments: Her upper torso and pose really sells me on this model. Nice large, proportionate breasts and great hair and face. But, WHAT in vertexís name is going on with those legs? Iím clueless!
53. Miss Puerto Rico
Comments: A better pose would have put this model closer to the top of my list. Overall she has the best distribution of faces and the hair is artfully done. Iíd be willing to bet that whoever did her is a pro or paid amateur. The consideration for a texture and easy conversion to an animatible model is exemplary. She should have had a better pose, though. Looks like she isnít completely balanced.
04. Miss Arkansas
Comments: I love Anime and fighting games. This chick could show up in either respect. Her breasts seem like they have about 18 faces that belong in the legs, though. I also dig this model because itís one of the few with modeled cloth. A high degree of difficulty was accepted when the modeler made this one. I bet he works for someplace like Square or something. ĎZat you Tommy?
63. Miss Ontario
Pose: Very Cool
Comments: This Canuck goddess really is an Aphrodite. Her pose is well done with an art class sense of weight. Her hair may be a little too polygonal but otherwise a lot of attention was paid to her texture compatibility. Her legs are her only weak-point. The calves are too thick, the knee a little too high (thigh is longer than shin) and her ankles protrude too much. The neck has an extra segment in it too, but overall I thought this model easily stood out from the rest.
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