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rendertom says

Guys, I need your advice. I have a model (toy) that is textured in 3 different ways. In first case it looks like tiger, in second like a cat, in third – something else.

I was wondering, can I submit it as a 3 different separate projects, or do I have to do it like a one project? Model mesh is the same, only the texturing is different, but with that texture this model looks like a different object. I hope you understand what I mean.

What are your thoughts about it?

If I could do as 3 separate projects and upload them one by one, then it’s better for me as I get more exposure. But I am not sure if this is allowed and if other two will be accepted.

Need your help. Thanks.

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BatVfx says

Well.. it’s probably better for you to put them as three separate items, but I can’t say that the reviewers will love the idea..

How about altering the meshes a little bit, so they are not 100% the same..

btw. after seeing your iron horse I’m curious to see your next model, this one is top notch :)

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rendertom says

Hi Bat, thanks for your input.
Yeah, my next project will be even better, stay tuned:) It will be Iron Wolf:)

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