Stone Age settlement

Started by Dune, January 17, 2010, 04:18:42 am

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Dune

That's a great offer Njeneb! I earlier had some guys modeling these houses, but somehow it didn't work out to perfection. These archeological  people are quite fussy. Please give it a go, if you have time, I'd be very obliged!! I'll mail you some photos.
Anyway, here's my XFrog cow, quickly put up in a 5 minute setup. Horrible from close by, but in the distance it's quite ok.

---Dune

Henry Blewer

It's a better cow than I would have been able to do.
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FrankB

amazing  :o

.... xfrog cows, I wouldn't have reckoned this possible!

Hetzen

Completely bowled over. Ingenious! ;D

Dune

It has limitations, a roof from a square or flattened box cannot be bumped or tortured into another shape. I also made this fortress in XFrog. http://forums.planetside.co.uk/index.php?topic=8374.0 Although you can't see all the details in this render.

otakar

Dune, what are you talking about? These cows are better that some models I've seen posted. Created with a tool not designed for such a thing, it's quite a feat! I am sure they'll look stellar from a distance (as seen in your first render). You can put them up in your NWDA store, maybe  ;)

Dune

I put the cows (and sheep) in, and from a distance they look great. Some extra buildings, cloud cover, although not entirely as I want it, etc. Still work to do, though.... I have to hear from the archeologists about the density of the woods, although I do like it like this.


---Dune

domdib

Impeccable work. Who knew they had helicopters in the Stone Age?  :D Are you planning to make any Stone Age people?

Henry Blewer

They did have hot air balloons. They used them for heavy lifting, and to send their troublesome kids into the air, causing the emergency services to begin massive rescue efforts. ;D
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Dune

Still busy with this thing, and still waiting for an answer regarding the density of woods near the river. Anyway, just some details to add for your perusal. I think I've got the ground covered now. Will be continued...

---Dune

domdib

I love the details on the paths.

Henry Blewer

This looks marvelous. Your buildings look great.
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Seth

marvelous is the word yes !
good job so far !

choronr

Such vision and recreation; outstanding work!

Dune

From my hot air balloon these buildings look quite ok, Henry, but up close they suck.