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3D Ace of Kigo by LoveRobin 3D Ace of Kigo by LoveRobin
This is a Christmas Gift to me from :iconerregk: ... a revolving rendering of the Ace of Kigo playing card [link] itself a compilation of the work of others.

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The card face was done for me according to my specifications by the ever-talanted Gagala

The card's back can be seen here: [link] : used with permission from :iconangelickitty89:

The Kigoheart was designed by :icona-markov: and used as Evil Kim's new logo with his permission.

This concept of the combination of all the elements: Playing Card, Kigoheart, Card Back, Calling Card, and Weapon: conceived by moi: :iconloverobin:
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Kim Possible and ShegoİDisney
KigoHeartİMarkov -- Face ArtworkİGagala -- Card BackİAngelicKitty89 -- Revolving RenderingİErregk
ConceptİLoveRobin
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:iconmolecular1:
Molecular1 Feb 23, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
WOW! Nice!
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:iconkimpossiblelove:
Nice job
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:iconfeudorlaurent:
Great work! Collaboration at it's best!
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:iconturbolover175:
turbolover175 Dec 25, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
You know, I hate to be a stickler, but it's not strictly 3-D. It's still 2-D, it's just that the XY plane is revolving around the Y axis. The object itself never has any depth, only the space in which it's presented.
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:iconloverobin:
::Takes his pokey-stick away:: Go sit in the corner and think about what you've done…
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:iconturbolover175:
turbolover175 Dec 26, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
Don't blame me! Blame one too many Technical Drawing classes in high school! They've warped my fragile little mind!
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:iconfeudorlaurent:
Well, if you look carefully, the KiGo symbol can be seen to be evers so slightly raised above the surface of the card ...

Otherwise, it's just a very, very thin card, I guess...
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:iconturbolover175:
turbolover175 Dec 25, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
Aww, dang it. There goes my elaborate explanation...
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