Discussion in 'Civ4 - Graphics Modpacks' started by hrochland, Sep 7, 2006.
OK I will try to improve the shapes
A henge! Nice work You are getting better with shapes.
Thanks, but it's not about improving. Hange is not a new job. I just wanted to release something so that it didn't look like I was doing anything. Working on ancient and renaissance anatolia is tedious and I even had to find some tutorials to learn blender with new tricks.
However, it also has bright sides. Thanks to new ideas, I am also creating a Preancient_Greco_Roman cityset for my mod.
Can you help me to make a shang oracle bone pit?
You can use Perun Temple graphic by remove the pole thingy.
Of course. However, since the civ4 3D system does not allow the Z axis to be modeled into negative numbers, it will be more of a pseudo 3D.
I hope you find this model more suitable than the last one
Definitely be interested in a that pre-ancient greek set as well Hrochland thankyou for your work!
It's taking longer than I thought. Maybe it will be worth it.
Good things come to those who wait
Ritcher watermill modified and new versions uploaded to the database
Based on that picture I posted earlier, I thought I'd try a set that was the next era of your second Urartu set(Thinking they'd be really good as Syrian and Western Middle Eastern sets.
I added your ziggurat with some color changes. But I don't know if i did it right, it doesn't have a node. Here is a picture:
It looks good. The question is whether the file structure is OK. If you want, send it to me. I'll look at her.
I would appreciate that greatly. Here is the file:
Here you have the first two NiNodes in the correct structure.
Continue moving the others using the copy and paste method. when two NifSkope windows are open.
I think you can delete the extra data. When you are done and have your work saved, right-click on each building / Transform / Apply. The nodes will flatten you out. That should be enough.
BoundShape file no need. Zikurat shadow I add into shadow file
Cool. Thank you very much.
I'm glad you can use it. It's so fast fermented. The big ugly hill and what is important is almost invisible.
Wow! Very cool!
Just need to find some good way to use it.
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