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The stuff you're working on is pretty nice! Great work!
Well, you're doing this the detailed way... and to me everything looks really good. Quote from: vortext on April 17, 2016, 11:11:59 AM[...] they'll make for good MMP material. They sure will!
[...] they'll make for good MMP material.
Quote from: vortext on April 17, 2016, 11:11:59 AMThank you, I thought it was pretty cool as well! Definitely gonna take you up on that offer, will get in touch some time this week. I'll be waiting feel free to email me direct rather than relying on the forum pm if that's easier for you?
Thank you, I thought it was pretty cool as well! Definitely gonna take you up on that offer, will get in touch some time this week.
Quite interesting things, nice to see you trying the different options from 3dsmax, it s a nice approach. This software is amazing and with infinite possibilitiesYou are already showing nice skills I would be careful in the process of defining the right shades of colors with the terrain mod you show, which is IMHO a little bit too dark and could wrongly influence you (especially for MMPs).Regarding the rendering of the haystack, to avoid the halo, try to export with a background close to a black color (ideally dark grey color 5,5,5).
Your idea of sc4viewer, that allows to "walk around" the city is a really interesting idea! I had the same feeling sometimes - how to show the city to the audience. Photos cuts off a big part of experiencing a city, showing only small parts of it, sometimes losing connection with each other. Allowing the viewer to move freely around the town is a huge difference, allowing to see both details and a big picture!
Just found this thread -- amazing stuff in here ! And that big haystack just looks great ! May I ask if the castle & fortification pieces are available for DL somewhere ? As I am no batlotter, I rely on the savviness of others to feed my insatiable appetites for new & nifty SC4 stuff, especially in European & rural settings...
The street/track textures look great as do those haystacks. Any chance of an update on your medieval settlement?
Nice to see you BATing. I rreally like the big haystack And great work on the SAM curves. Interesting and nedeed project
I can't justify spending $1400 per year for 3Dmax
Wow! Erik I'm impressed!!Your batting skills are progressing by leaps and bounds I just started and for the time being I'm stuck with Gmax, Hexagon and the free version of Sketchup for model making. I can't justify spending $1400 per year for 3Dmax Perhaps one day.Keep it up Nick
Another great set of models! To me it looks like we'll soon be able to mmp the whole village of Asterix! And although the houses are maybe a little small in scale, I don't think it is too far away actually, considering that medieval houses and doorways were much smaller than modern ones, probably even in comparison to the smaller average height of the people.
The models look good. Also I'm glad to see an update will eventually arrive.
It's seem clear that you are already a excellent bater ! that will improve again your wonderful MD for sure I'm also very impatient to see your progress on the smooth curv for the SAM network
I love to see people making unique building sets like this - can't wait until you release it! Looks awesome so far I've also been looking around for a nice looking haystack to complete some of my farming scenes but never found one - so definitely looking forward to seeing yours in the future.P.S. Wallibuk made haystacks..? This is new to me..
I can just smell the prehistoric times from your pictures ... ... that was weird ...One way or another, amazing models, again.About the church: if I am not mistaken, it is made entirely from wood, right?
Nice seeing you picking up the BAT so fast. The church certainly look nice, but yeah it's a shame some details won't be seen in the game.What you can do is try to make the pillars actually visible by moving them a bit closer to the edge of the roof, though that way it won't be like a possible real model you are basing yourself on.
Always good to see new things coming along!