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|4th July 2007, 13:07||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
"Beyond the Grave" case mod
There comes a point in every major modder's life where he or she becomes known by a defining work. This doesn't mean that such great projects aren't ever followed up or preceded by other masterpieces, just that the one project defines the modder's particular style.
That's exactly what can be said about Edvuld, aka Temple of NOD guy!. Rickard has been a member of bit-tech's forums for some time, and has truly found his own style through his last mod featured, Temple of NOD. It was that exacting detail and great union between acrylic and metal that made me immediately take note when Beyond the Grave popped up.
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