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Industrial Unit Graphics

Discussion in 'Civ2 - Scenario League' started by Arthedain, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Arthedain

    Arthedain - Celestial Being - SLeague Staff

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    Post your Industrial unit graphics in this thread.
     
  2. Catfish

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    All Fairline.

    Napoleonic Era - French


    Napoleonic Era - British, Portuguese & Spanish


    Napoleonic Era - Austrians & Prussians


    Napoleonic Era - Russians, Swedes & Danes


    Napoleonic Era - Others


    Victorian Era - British


    American Civil War - Union


    American Civil War - Confederacy


    World War I - Allied Aircraft


    Chinese Warlords Scenario
     

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  3. CurtSibling

    CurtSibling ENEMY ACE™ SLeague Staff Supporter

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    Great to see these classics here!
     
  4. Catfish

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    More Fairline.

    Mexican Republicans - 1860s


    Napoleon III - French


    Imperialism 1870 Scenario


    Brown Man's Burden Scenario


    Red October 2 Scenario
     

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  5. Torbk

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    Amazing to see the rebirth of it so seamlessly.
     
  6. Arthedain

    Arthedain - Celestial Being - SLeague Staff

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    Great job on posting all the compilations, Catfish, in all of the threads! :goodjob:
     
  7. McMonkey

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    Yes, your efforts (and Fairlines!) are very much appreciated. Its an ideal start for these threads and I'm sure these units will make their way into many new scenarios and mods over the years due to their accessibility.
     
  8. CurtSibling

    CurtSibling ENEMY ACE™ SLeague Staff Supporter

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    Total classical work by all - No one can deny that CIV2 has reached the ultimate evolution of GFX!
     
  9. Catfish

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    I thought I'd get busy showcasing Fairline's work while there was a a bit of bustle around the place. ;) It's an incredible volume of work, and I've only posted his more recent stuff. The man's a machine.
     
  10. BC1871

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    Units for Allard's Riverwar beta 3 scenario

     

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  12. Torbk

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    Very nice collection of units Fairline...

    And love that Black and Tans BC1871
     
  13. keu

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    Some early steam warships. French and English first floating batteries, steel screw frigate (Inconstant), early protected cruiser (Leander).

    I have no good images of Inconstant-class, so some details should be wrong.

     

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  14. BC1871

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    Great work on the floating batteries. As per ship images, if you want high quality illustrations, check out "Fighting Ships of the World" series, which though admittedly has a few errors, here and there, it's one of the best visual references for Victorian Era warships.
     
  15. McMonkey

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    Nice units keu. I have an old book called "Sea Power" and the stuff about the first Ironclads, the Black Snakes of the Channel and Capital ships is fascinating. You don't often see illustrations of these pioneering ships. I love the transition between Napoleonic Ships of the Line with full rigging and the metal hulled ships of the later 19th century, truly strange looking hybrids.
     
  16. Nikoagonistes

    Nikoagonistes Chieftain

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    Mexican units from the Mexican-American War:

    Spanish-American War and Filipino Insurrection units:

    And last but not least, some WW1 Austrians:
     

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  17. Civinator

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    I deny it, as these graphics are not yet animated. :D
    Of course these graphics are magnificent. :)
     
  18. CurtSibling

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    I'd love to try animating some units, but the work involved and ToT's dubious system make it a remote prospect!
     
  19. Civinator

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    I will reopen a thread about animated Civ II ToT units when the time is ripe for it. :)
     
  20. CurtSibling

    CurtSibling ENEMY ACE™ SLeague Staff Supporter

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    I suppose coming up with a scenario using a limited amount of units could be possible? :)

    I am thinking of something like an "Axis and Allies" scenario where generic units are used...
     

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