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Aztec cities

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Graphics Modpacks' started by skam0073, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. skam0073

    skam0073 Chieftain

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    Here are some Aztec cities for any Native America scenarios.I made them really quick since I don't have the time I want for CIV these days:(
    But hopefully someone can find them useful:)
     

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  2. Dom Pedro II

    Dom Pedro II Modder For Life

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    Heyyyy... these look pertty good!! :goodjob:

    If I ever do a mod of MesoAmerica, I'll be using these.
     
  3. MaisseArsouye

    MaisseArsouye gentil petit nuton

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    Nice work, as usual :goodjob:
     
  4. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    Very sweet, especially the "organic" sense of growth from size to size.

    -Oz
     
  5. Ogedei_the_Mad

    Ogedei_the_Mad Caffeinated Khagan

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    Nice Teotihuacan look. :goodjob:
     
  6. Yoda Power

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    Seconded. Makes me wanna go to Mexico again.
     
  7. Dom Pedro II

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    Makes me want to go to Mexico for a first time! :D
     
  8. odintheking

    odintheking Lighting the way...

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    :drool: ulghhhh, (keyboard malfuncions because of drool)
     
  9. LBPB

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    Those are just perfect ! :goodjob:
     
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  11. skam0073

    skam0073 Chieftain

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    A pretty big thank you to everybody for your nice comments:)
    Ok,I'll try to make a "clean" version ASAP:)
     
  12. Ekmek

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    skam,

    Maybe if you do a grayscale and then a paste over you could make the cities look grey, add a little difference in look
     
  13. Ekmek

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    here's a version I did by grayscaling then cut'n'pasting. It adds variety when contrasting it withthe incan cities...in case people plan on adding this to a mod of the MesoAmerican conquest...
     
  14. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    Would you mind adding a walled town and then posting these?

    Thanks,

    Oz
     
  15. MaisseArsouye

    MaisseArsouye gentil petit nuton

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    I agree with Ozymandias. Please share !
     
  16. skam0073

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    You're right about the greyscaling;)They look very nice like this!I am sorry I didn't do it when you asked in the first place.
     
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  18. RedAlert

    RedAlert Love one another

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    :crazyeye: oohoohoo... that picture is so cool!
     
  19. skam0073

    skam0073 Chieftain

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    Here is the picture I used to make them:)

    "Teotihuacan was a city from long ago, about 400 BC to 750 AD. It lies about twenty-five miles northeast of present-day Mexico City. The city was a very beautiful city (and still is), with the glory of all of its pyramids and temples. Of these pyramids, there were three main ones that caught the eye.

    Pyramid of the Sun: This gigantic structure was built between 100 AD and 150 AD, and then rebuilt fifty to seventy-five years later. It dwarfs all surrounding structures,even though it was once taller. Here are it’s dimensions: 210 feet tall 738 feet across one side of the base Even though it was once 249 feet tall when it had a temple on top, it is still the third largest pyramid in the world.

    Pyramid of the Moon: This structure was the first large structure built in Teotihuacan. More specifically, it was built in the Cerro Gordo Hills. It was built in the first century AD, then,like the Pyramid of the Sun, rebuilt fifty to seventy-five years later. Then, in between 150 AD and 225 AD, it was enlarged to the size that it is today.Here are its demensions:
    138 feet tall 492 feet across one side of the base.

    Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent:This is the smallest of the pyramids in Teotihuacan, but one of the most ravishing. It was ordered to be built in 150 AD by the ruler of that time. The pyramid was covered with huge serpent heads, each weighing over four tons each. The feathered serpent in Teotihuacan was a symbol of rulership, which explains why archeologists think that the ruler who ordered this pyramid’s building is buried inside."
     

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    Good Lord! :eek: Somebody needs to bring megafonico's picture to the attention of Rufus T.! What an incredible wonder splash that would make. Perhaps for something like "City Planning", "Monumental Architecture", or "Epic Public Works". Something like that.
     

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