Incredible looking work Sliptip!
Last edited by SneakyJack; 26th May 2010 at 17:51.
Sounds like a great team to me, do it you guys!
Sounds quite intriguing, but I just don't have any free time to do this. Not now anyway. I would kill for a week off
Why? I don't know. A room looked a little bare and I thought it might help define the character of the occupant. Now I'm not certain where to place it exactly ...
Can you frob it and make it spin?
"Bonus objective: You just made yourself a new cloak. Good job!"
Since last time I have added quite a bit, but removed even more, so I'm now down to 3907 total terrain brushes. I have also finally put some water in my city's river and today I experimented with a warmer ambient light which made otherwise dead and cold scenes look much more alive.
Unfortunately, to make a working spinning wheel as one object is beyond me. It could be cobbled together with a couple of objects, but not worth it to me to do so. No, this is purely for atmosphere.
As is this next one. If you spin, wouldn't you knit?
This one is based in NV's wicker basket, darkened and turned into a container with two working lids.
Last edited by LarryG; 29th May 2010 at 01:35.
That's going nice, qolelis.
Larry for me you are the master in objects making.
my personal complyments.
@sterlino: Thanks, but I can't hold a candle to some of the stuff I have seen done by others. I'm just learning.
I had thought that there was an open book in the COSAS pack, but when I looked, I couldn't find one. So I made this. I think I'll also make a thicker volume (unabridged dictionary size). We'll see.
Pinkdot made some good books, some stacked in piles, some open - each with TxtRpl textures so you can customise them. Grab his library mission and have a look!
I use DromEd since 1 month and this is only what I can do, what a shame !
Maybe you should come outside TEG some more, Larry.
Maybe he didn't attach a picture on purpose, as a metaphor of his skills.
I saved around 14 brushes by rebuilding the set of roofs shown in the picture, using flood, evaporate and water->solid extensively (I'm now down to a total of 3837 terrain brushes). I only recently came to utilize the technique and it has already proven to be very useful.
I've also started texturing the remaining interiors, rebuilt some stuff as usual and added more water for atmosphere.
Is there a bolt cutter or pliers (or similar) object available? Has it been done?
Here you can see some screens from After Dark 2
Part of mission will take action in woods with fog
Second Part will take action in castle