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European Wars: The Scots mid 16th C.-mid 18th C.

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by imperator1961, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Here my first units pack: the Scots, higlands and lowlands units.
    From left to right: Highland Arquebusier 16th C., Highland Pikeman mid 16th C., Lowland Artillery mid 16th C., Scot Heavy Cavalry 17th C., Higland Clansman mid 16th. C - mid 18th C., Highland Musketeer 17th C., Highland Artillery mid 17th C., Lowland Cavalry 17-18th C., Highland Fusilier late 17th C.-mid 18th C., Highland Pikeman mid 17th C., Lowland Dragoon 18th C., Scot Mercenary 18th C.





    And the preview:




    All units are tested in game.

    Download Part I

    Download Part II
     
  2. Kyriakos

    Kyriakos Alien spiral maker

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    You are the new Sandris :)

    They look great :thumbsup:
     
  3. wolf_66

    wolf_66 Lone Civer

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    Really impressive: outstanding job !
     
  4. Virote_Considon

    Virote_Considon The Great Dictator

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    Very nice! Its nice to see some more Scottish representation in civ!
     
  5. Wyrmshadow

    Wyrmshadow Deity

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    Are the previews the game sizes? Because they all look like they are all in different sizes and most are way too big compared to other infantry in the game.
     
  6. Stazro

    Stazro Prince

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    They are great! I've been working on a scenario about the british civil war in 1745 (which failed due to the disproportion of my ambitions to my time and competence), I would have had good use for them!
     
  7. T-mun

    T-mun King Numa

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    Imperator 1961 usually make big previews (he did one exception this time).

    Imperator, your textures are great, but the anims could get a very small improvement: the feets sliding in the fortify anim could be corrected easily. There was an animation somewhere on this forum that could avoid this.
     
  8. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    Really nice work :yup:

    Best,

    Oz
     
  9. god_money

    god_money Prince

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    I love the artillery!

    Thank you for such a welcome surprise!!!
     
  10. General 666

    General 666 Culturebringer

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    Nice unit pack...:goodjob:
    Thanks especially for the "Highland Musketeer 17th C." and the "Highland Artillery Mid 17th C." (my personal favorites here) They make a nice couple...:)
     
  11. TopGun

    TopGun 258 kills

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    Aye, methinks this here lad warmed a highlander's heart better than ye olde uisgee.

    Well done!
     
  12. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    :nope: Oh, TopGun my friend! It's uisge beatha, "Water Of Life", interestingly identical in name, yet nowhere else beside alcohol content, to, "Aqua Vitae".

    :cheers: ,

    Oz
     
  13. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    :nope: Oh, TopGun my friend! It's uisge beatha, "Water Of Life", interestingly identical in name, yet nowhere else beside alcohol content, to, "Aqua Vitae".

    :cheers: ,

    Oz
     
  14. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Civ3 Modding Archivist

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    OK, so I'm seeing double ...
     
  15. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    Ys, I prefer big previews to see better the units. As for fortify anims it's true, they should be correct. I will do this in the next units.

    Thanks to all for the comments!
     
  16. CiaranB123

    CiaranB123 That guy

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    Really cool units imperator!
     
  17. wolf_brother

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  18. imperator1961

    imperator1961 Last of the Mohicans

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    I am not satisfied of the cavalry units. I have seen that in game they are small in confront to infantry units. It's due to the settings of the "New horse unit setup" from Uthajazz. If I compare the settings in the Poser setup for cavalry units the Main Camera Dolly Z is setted at 22,00, but in the infantry unit settings the same Dolly Z is setted to 15 or some. So in game we all see a difference from a infantry unit and a cavalry units. I know that the difference is due to some animations (the death anim!) but I would find a different way to obtain a cavalry unit with a dimension that is more like an infantry unit. Suggestions?
     
  19. Fanatism

    Fanatism Chieftain

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    They looks good, I'm sure they will be put in action by mod makers. ;)
     
  20. Sandris

    Sandris Rise and Rule

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    Great pack, Andrea ! I really like the idea of your new mod and your unit packs ! :)

    What about the sizes, I use the following ones:

    For mounted units:

    Frame size 150x150

    DollyZ 22.271
    DollyX 0.112
    DollyY 0.000

    zScale 100%
    xScale 107%
    yScale 100%
    Scale 526%

    zOrbit 0
    xOrbit -30
    yOrbit 0


    For infantry units:

    Frame size 150x150

    DollyZ 18.500
    DollyX 0.112
    DollyY 0.000

    zScale 100%
    xScale 103%
    yScale 100%
    Scale 526%

    zOrbit 0
    xOrbit -30
    yOrbit 0

    Hope it will help you somehow. :)
     

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