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Graphics: Multimine!

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Graphics Modpacks' started by Niessuh, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. Niessuh

    Niessuh Warlord

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    I have tried to redone the mine graphic again, because it's the most delicate graphic, one single kind of tile could be in almost half of the terrain

    First, I took my soft mine and inclined the gate, allowing me to reduce the mass of the knoll behind. I put some stuff to complete the graphic:
     

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  2. Niessuh

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    Then I tried to make a mine graphic that extends through the tile as the irrigations graphics do, instead of one single mine. Inspired by Midnight Piper´s one, I made several gates put together. Locations are thought to fit fine on hills/mountains :)
     

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  4. Niessuh

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    As you can see, There is a redone renaissance fortress and I have included the wonderful bunkers everybody use to put but no one knows who did it. Does somebody know who did it?
    Both versions have the Rocky Bonus Grasslands attached, modified in each case to not collide with mines.
     
  6. Rufus T. Firefly

    Rufus T. Firefly Rufus is coming in town!

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    They are very good. Now, I must decide which use... Hamletic dilemma, my friend!
     
  7. Ukas

    Ukas Pthooey of Tomainia

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    Good stuff, multimines look "randomly" located making them more realistic looking while inclined mines seem to stand in a firm row on the terrain. So I'd choose multimines. Fine graphics anyway.
     
  8. Rufus T. Firefly

    Rufus T. Firefly Rufus is coming in town!

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    It's more Klondike style. I'm search the gold searcher from "Gold fever" :)
     
  9. Snorken

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    Your soft mines looked very good but these look even better! Only prob is i don't know which to use... the inclined mines or the multimines? :hmm:
    Edit: That tower you've added to the rennaisance (is it spelled that way?) fortress also looks very nice :)
     
  10. Niessuh

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    Thank you!

    I should have posted a poll :)
     
  11. Dom Pedro II

    Dom Pedro II Modder For Life

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    I like these new mines... Although I prefer the single mine to the multi-mine since that's just a little too busy for my taste.. makes the terrain look more riddled with holes.
     
  12. A Viking Yeti

    A Viking Yeti Carnal Leviathan

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  13. bluebox

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    there are some additions to snoopy's terrain that increasingly make me want to use it. your multi mines belong to these features. Do your multi mines look fine with std terrain?

    .... and i want your irrigated crops grfx, when i get myself snoopy's terrain! where can i find them?

    it's in your sig :blush:
     
  14. siebodii

    siebodii Chieftain

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    Bluebox,

    Just click on irrigations in his sig.
     
  15. Niessuh

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    Sure, no problem:
     

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  16. Lord British

    Lord British Britain's Finest

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    Love these new mines, thanks!
     
  17. skywalker

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    Those multimines are sheer brilliance. I think you've finally solved the idiocy of only having one mine graphic.
     
  18. hIdDeN_eViL

    hIdDeN_eViL {кοтоя дѕѕαѕѕїй}²

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    nice mines :goodjob:
    the multi one looks a bit messy enmassed, i like the single one better.
    whats the tnt? :confused:
     
  19. Rufus T. Firefly

    Rufus T. Firefly Rufus is coming in town!

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    Ka-booom! :joke:


    Seriously, is the file for shields on grassland.
     
  20. Ukas

    Ukas Pthooey of Tomainia

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    It's a good thing that you posted both versions, to satisfy different tastes. Both graphics are far better than original in any case. I was planning to make my own mines, but now I don't really need to. :)
     

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