Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Born_a_Patriot, Jun 3, 2007.
Here is The Real MVP of Super Bowl 39
I agree with that sentiment. Awww yeah!
could not agree more.
What tool did you use to make that?
This still pisses me off sometimes, I had money on Rodney winning that...
Cinema 4D http://www.maxon.net/ their website appears to be down at the moment. You might also want to look at Zbrush http://www.pixologic.com/ very cool modeling software.
Harrison was robbed.
Even Tom Brady said Harrison should have won it.
As a hobby I dabble with video gaming stuff.
Lately I have been playing with OGRE 3D which was written in C++.
But the models I use in the game engine I generated using Blender 3d http://www.blender.org/.
But my 3D modeling skills are really lacking.
That model of Harrison you put together looks pretty sharp. Is it a 3d mesh?
Interesting piece of art and can't say I disagree with your assertion. We wore white jerseys in that game, though ...
Yes it is a 3D model. I am also a beginner. For me the biggest problem is UV Mapping.
Blender can create some amazing models and best of all it's free, but I found the interface very hard to use.
I know, but we never get to wear the home jersey at the Super Bowl. Why is that? Any how I decided it is about time.
We wore the home jerseys in Superbowl 36 and 38.
I would have loved to see Rodney win it but its not like Deion didnt deserve it. He was excellent in the game and we all know the world loves the offensive players.
The Patriots have worn the current home uniforms in 2 Super Bowls, and have worn the colored jersey in 3 of the 5. In fact, the Patriots have worn the largest variety of uniforms in SB history, actually:
Cool pics, thanks. Man I hated that XXXI uni.
On my self. :bricks: Some times the truth in your mind is not reality.
I need more of this.:bricks:
I need a Cold Diet Pepsi.
Agree with Harrison being the MVP. He was the game changer. Branch and Brady had something going, and either could have been named the legitimate MVP. However, in my mind #37 was the guy that day.
The statistics bear this out with Harrison making 7 tackles (second on the team to Gay with 11), 2 interceptions, and 1 sack. He was immense and even ignored an injury to return to the game and be a force at the end.
Unfortunately, defensive players aren't the favorites when the MVP is awarded.
I kind of wonder if Deion would still be here if he hadn't gotten the MVP award. Not sure if his agent would have been so recalcitrant or if the Seahawks would have given up a 1 for him without that award.
I'll still take SF's 1 next year and Moss though.
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