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Mass Effect 2, Kal'Reegar Model Reference. by Troodon80 Mass Effect 2, Kal'Reegar Model Reference. by Troodon80
Kal'Reegar. This is the same model as the previous male quarian model, only with more angles and less focus on the head. Requested by ~bairdmeister.

Mass Effect 2, Kal'Reegar, Quarians BioWare/EA.

You are free to use this reference however you wish. You can also download the full size version for a better quality image.

My full list of references can be found here.
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:iconhell2k2002:
awwsome i love this
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SenInt Aug 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Quarian marine with attitude, perfect!
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:icontoateku:
'THERE'S A GETH - RIGHT BEHIND YOU.'

Awesome grabs as always, man.

/-/ToaTeku
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:iconamethystsadachbia:
AmethystSadachbia Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
What do you expect!? He's a Quarian version of Jayne Cobb!! XD (Well, except significantly smarter.)
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:icontoateku:
Too bad he died offscreen in ME3, even though he died while being a BadAss SoB.

/-/ToaTeku
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's one of the many, many reasons I will never play ME3. TITANOMACHY FOR THE ETERNAL WIN
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:icontoateku:
... not even interested in the origin of Reapers?

YOU HAVE COME TOO FAR.

/-/ToaTeku
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The senseless, frustrating explanation they give in canon? Pfft. Please. The one I invented is much better in every respect. Even if publishing it would require getting copyright permission from more companies besides BioWare…
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:iconalexfili:
Thanks for the reference pictures. I made this in 3D Studio Max using it! :) [link]
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:icontroodon80:
Hey, that looks neat.

Never really bothered with making proper models myself. Everything I do usually ends up relegated to the bottom shelf due to work.
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