Unfortunately, I lost many of my bead sprite patterns back in the day when a glass of iced tea spilled on my laptop. However, I took enough pictures of it that you should be able to duplicate the pattern from all sides using just the photos.
I know! Gamestop wants about that much for it, and GameXchange doesn't even have any copies! I got my copy of Super smash bro at a yard sale for ten bucks, so I think I got quite lucky!
The Gamecube has so many great games, like Killer 7 (My FAVE!), Eternal darkness, Animal crossing, Resident evil 4, Super smash bro melee, The legend of Zelda, Pikmin 1&2, Metroid Prime series, Viewtiful Joe 1&2, FZero GX, Megaman/MegamanX collections and so many others that I could go on FOREVER!! (But I won't )
I just wish that there were not as many people who think of it as a "Kiddie" game system.
Those people are ignorant fanboys, and they at least need to try something out first BEFORE they knock it!
Killer 7 and Eternal darkness are more "Mature" than a lot of the other M rated games that I've played. Most of the M rated games that I've played should be labled I for "Immature" since they are mostly just toilet humor, unnecessary violence and plots that are more stale than week old bread.
This was actually the first 3D piece I made, with the exception of a "T" Tetris piece that didn't fit together right. Well, okay, so this was the first successful 3D piece I made. Conveniently, it is the exact size of one of the pegboards (29x29) so there was no need to link em. Good times!
This one, like all the 3-d bead sprites I've made so far, is hollow. So you could store things inside this Gamecube. I was debating putting weighs of some sort inside the 3-d Mini Consoles to make them paperweights but once you lock the pieces in place, they don't come apart easy - unless you want to break em, heh.
If you live anywhere near Baltimore, MD you should come to 32-Bit Genocide. It's August 16 this year. I will be there, along with other VG themed artists, including 8-Bit Artist. Also, there will be mad VG cover bands. So far the lineup includes Entertainment System, This Place is Haunted, The Megas, Year 200X, Protoman and others!