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Big mall

April 15th, 2007 by

I made this! It’s a model of the mall that Brian is taking the guys to in the Retail storyline. I made it with Sketchup 6, from Google. A fun little program, but as you will see, it doesn’t provide very good export images. Really, I just want to use it for making some buildings for reference and it is easy to use.

mall of doom

3 Responses to “Big mall”

  1. whitetrash retail princess working in the land of rich yuppie kansas slumfucks Says:

    hi aj

    i think kansas city has officially consumed what was left of my soul. im too apathetic to even cut my wristies.

    the road construction has finally outnumbered the craters (better known as potholes) in this city. and i cussed out a 6 year old today (i literally did) because his parents were too fucking stupid to properly teach him not run in front of a 2 ton moving vehical. stupid little fuck made my tires all squeeeely.

    despite how it sounds and my every right to be in a bad mood im not. i just wanted to say hi.

    toodles
    huggulz and kissulz
    steph

  2. danny Says:

    neat building! those kuss-tome-airs don’t stand a chance.

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