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I do not own the Crash Bandicoot series. They are owned by Sony Computer Entertainment, Universal Interactive Studios, Konami, Vivendi Universal Games, Sierra Entertainment and Activision. I'm just a fan of the series. And I created this page.

Comparing my favourite Crash character models - Volume One
Comparing my favourite Crash character models - Volume Two
Comparing my favourite Crash enemy models
Comparing my favourite Crash item models
Comparing my own models of Crash characters
Comparing fan made renders of Crash characters

Below is a gallery of some of the various models of some of the Crash Bandicoot characters, and a vertical side by side comparison between them. Note that this only covers the models that I consider worthy of inclusion. Any models that I dislike will not be included.

This page is a direct follow up of Volume Two. While Volume One consisted of main characters, and Volume Two consisted of recurring characters, this page covers up a mixture of recurring and minor characters from the Crash Bandicoot series.

These characters are Komodo Joe, N. Trance, Koala Kong, Komodo Moe, Tawna Bandicoot, Penta Penguin, Rilla Roo, Emperor Velo XXVII, Norm, Geary, Ami Bandicoot, Isabella Bandicoot, Liz Bandicoot, Megumi Bandicoot, and Baby T. Enjoy! :)

Komodo Joe

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash 2 Komodo Brothers
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Komodo Joe
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back,
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Podium Model)
Komodo Joe's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back model, except this model is less detailed. The feet are darker and skinnier than in the promotional design.
CTR Komodo Joe Promo
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
Komodo Joe - CTR
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Cut-scenes)
This model is very similar to the one from Crash 2. But it is much more detailed. The spike on Komodo Joe's head is now golden. The model used for the winning and losing podium poses is the same as the model from Crash 2, sans the spikes on his tail.
CTR Komodo Joe In-Kart (Front)

CTR Komodo Joe In-Kart (Back)
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle. Komodo Joe's in-kart model has a silver spike on his head, much like his Crash 2 model. The underneath of his outfit is now a pale purple as opposed to white. Komodo Joe's feet are a lighter and brighter shade of green, and he has large squared teeth.
Crash Bash Komodo Joe
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the Naughty Dog models, but with less detail and no change of facial expressions. The silver spike on Komodo Joe's head is lighter than before. The individual toes can no longer be distinguished from each other.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Komodo Brothers
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. Komodo Joe is much more expressive and defined than before. The purple outfit has golden trim instead of yellow or orange. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

N. Trance

Models: Appearances: Information:
N-Tranced N. Trance
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
(Promotional 3-D Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game. This model presented here is in 3-D while the version in the Game Boy Advance is in 2-D.
N. Trance N-Tranced
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced N. Trance's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced model, except this model is less detailed. This model presented here is in 2-D while the promotional model is in 3-D.
N. Trance CNK
Crash Nitro Kart,
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
In comparison to the promotional model from N-Tranced, N. Trance now has a nose and a regular right hand where the clock used to be. His pupils are much bigger, but both eyes are more similar in size to each other. The spiral on his armour is more angular and has different colours, as do his legs, which are now purple instead of indigo.
Crash Nitro Kart N. Trance In Kart
Crash Nitro Kart
(In-Kart)
It's basically the same as the previous model, but it is much smaller in appearance. In consistency with the other playable characters with Intermediate player stats, N. Trance is roughly the same size as Crash and Cortex whenever he is seen inside his kart.

Koala Kong

Models: Appearances: Information:
Koala Kong - Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot Koala Kong's original design.
Koala Kong Crash Bash
Crash Bash
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is much more detailed than the model that appears in the game. This model very closely resembles the previous one but it is much more detailed.
Crash Bash Koala Kong
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the previous ones, but with much less detail and no change of facial expressions. Kong's body is narrower and his muscles are much smaller and less noticeable, as a result of the low detail. The pants are also a lighter and brighter shade of yellow. Kong doesn't have the dark fur on his chest, and his body is higher in polygons.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Koala Kong
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy A much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original model from Crash 1. Kong's bracelets are bigger and now have spikes on them. He also now wears a black belt with a picture of a skeleton head. The insides of Kong's ears aren't as colourful as before, and the outsides of the ears now have brown fur on them. The fur on his body is much more detailed, with a much more fleecy texture. The nose is also much shinier. Kong doesn't have the dark fur on his chest or his head. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Komodo Moe

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Komodo Moe
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Crash 2 Komodo Moe
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back Komodo Moe's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back model, except this model is less detailed. The feet are darker than in the promotional design.
Crash Bash Komodo Moe
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model resembles the previous one, but with less detail and no change of facial expressions. The silver spike on Komodo Moe's head is lighter than before. The underneath of his outfit is now a pale purple as opposed to white. His feet are a lighter and brighter shade of green, and the individual toes can no longer be distinguished from each other.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Komodo Brothers
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models. Komodo Moe is much more expressive and defined than before. The purple outfit has golden trim instead of yellow or orange. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Tawna Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Tawna Bandicoot - Crash 1 - Beta
Crash Bandicoot
(Beta Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game. Tawna Bandicoot's skirt was originally green, but was changed to blue prior to release.
Tawna Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot Tawna Bandicoot's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Bandicoot model, except this model is less detailed. Tawna's skirt is now blue instead of green like the beta promotional design.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Tawna Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games. This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the Naughty Dog models, with a few significant changes, such as the much smaller breasts, chunkier legs, lighter fur, and pinker eyeshadow and lipstick. Aside from the slightly different hairstyle, and top and shoes which have undergone significant changes in their designs, Tawna has traded her short skirt for a pair of denim shorts. All these changes may be a touch disappointing to the hardcore fans of the original Naughty Dog models and graphics, but anyone looking for a more family friendly design of Crash's original girlfriend should be quite pleased.

Penta Penguin

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back Penta Penguin
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Podium Poses), Crash Bandicoot XS: The Huge Adventure
Penta Penguin's original design. Since there is no 3-D model for Penta's winning and losing poses, the game instead reuses a generic penguin enemy model from Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back. This was likely done to save development time, as Penta is a very minor character in the game and can't be unlocked without the respective cheat code.
CTR Penta Penguin
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(In-Kart)
All in-kart models of Crash Team Racing are much more polygonal versions than usual, since 8 of the usual models on screen at the same time would be more than the PS1 could handle. Penta's in-kart model is much smaller than the model from Crash 2. His head is now chestnut shaped, the beak is smaller, and he now wears a purple scarf around his neck.
Crash Bash Penta Penguin
Crash Bash The Crash Bash model loosely resembles the original design, but it is less detailed. Penta is much bigger, the eyes are much smaller and are black, and the feathers are now a dark blue instead of black. Whenever Penta spins after being woken up, his beak and feet are yellower, and he doesn't change facial expressions until he stops spinning and falls asleep again.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Penta Penguin
Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original model from Cortex Strikes Back and Warped. Penta has gotten stockier and his body is much fluffier. His head is rounder and his toes now have claws on them. The white feathers now connect from his chest to his mouth. The eyes are a different shape and the eye sclera has changed from white to blue. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

Rilla Roo

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bash Rilla Roo Cutscenes
Crash Bash
(Cut-scenes)
As with all in-game models from Crash Bash, this one is a low detail model with no change of facial expressions. However during the cut-scenes, Rilla Roo is shown with thumbs, making his cut-scenes model more expressive and defined than the model used during gameplay
Crash Bash Rilla Roo
Crash Bash
(Gameplay)
It's basically the same as the model that appears during the cut-scenes, but it doesn't have thumbs like the cut-scenes model does resulting in a less expressive and defined model.

Emperor Velo XXVII

Models: Appearances: Information:
Nitro Kart Emperor Velo XXVII
Crash Nitro Kart
(Robotic Suit Form)
Emperor Velo XXVII's original design.
Velo Mask Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart
(Mask Form)
Velo's mask form bears little to no visual resemblance to Emperor Velo XXVII's robotic suit model. So a model comparison is not possible. Like all spirit masks, Velo's mask form has no pupils.
CNK Real Velo
Crash Nitro Kart
(True Form)
Velo's true form bears little to no visual resemblance to Emperor Velo XXVII's other forms. So a model comparison is not possible.

Norm

Models: Appearances: Information:
Norm Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart
(Basic Form)
Norm's original design. Unlike his inner half, Norm doesn't enjoy racing and only does it because Emperor Velo XXVII tells him to. In spite of Norm's dislike for racing, he is actually a better racer than his inner half. Norm sticks to the mime tradition by not speaking at all, while his inner half does all of the talking for him.
Crash Nitro Kart Big Norm
Crash Nitro Kart
(Big Form)
Norm's big form bears little to no resemblance to his basic counterpart, both visually and personality wise. So a model comparison is not possible. In contrast to his basic counterpart, Big Norm loves to race and often gets into scrapes when his basic counterpart doesn't cooperate with him.

Geary

Models: Appearances: Information:
Nitro Kart Geary
Crash Nitro Kart Geary's original design.
Geary Crash Nitro Kart
Crash Nitro Kart
(In-Kart)
It's basically the same as the previous model except this one doesn't have fingers, and the texture is a bit different.

Ami Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Team Racing Ami Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
CTR Ami Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing Ami Bandicoot's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Team Racing model, except this model is less detailed.

Isabella Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Team Racing Isabella Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
CTR Isabella Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing Isabella Bandicoot's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Team Racing model, except this model is less detailed.

Liz Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Team Racing Liz Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
CTR Liz Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing Liz Bandicoot's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Team Racing model, except this model is less detailed.

Megumi Bandicoot

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Team Racing Megumi Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing
(Promotional Model)
As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the models that appear in the game.
CTR Megumi Bandicoot
CTR: Crash Team Racing Megumi Bandicoot's original design. Visually there isn't much of a difference from the promotional Crash Team Racing model, except this model is less detailed.

Baby T

Models: Appearances: Information:
Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped Baby T
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (Promotional Model) As this is a promotional model, it is more detailed than the model that appears in the game.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Baby T Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy This model is a much more detailed and 3-D resemblance of the original model. The colours are a bit duller and darker, and the tummy now has stripes. Vicarious Visions created this model for the N. Sane Trilogy, a remaster of the first three Crash games.

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