Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by imperator1961, Feb 5, 2009.
Here is my new unit: a Janissary. The unit is tested in game.
Damn! I have write a wrong title in the tread. What is Jissary? None. I want write Janissary. Does a Moderator can modify the title of this thread? Thanks.
Yes! A Renaissance Janissary!
Is it just me, or are your units a little big compared with other units?
Imperator, he looks great
Is this his real size though? Cause he is way bigger than the norm in the preview.
He`s standard size, don`t worry guys
Its great, Imperator!
No, he's smaller in game. He looks great, imperator.
I love it.
Thanks guys! The unit is standard measure as i use the standard Paperdoll. In the preview I use a greater size only for best viewing purpose.
Awesome! I love it
Great. For the European Wars Mod looks amazing!
He doesn't look that happy upon his death...
Its like hes saying.....darnit!
Generally excellent - except that the "forehead bounce" in the Death anim is a little disconcerting.
Moderator Action: title changed as requested
This is a very nice unit. I keep my eye open for units with a little something different so that there can be a lot of cultural richness to the Steampunk scenarios we are working on. I look forward to more work from you.
Sweet unit Imperator.
Hi Oz! Sorry but my english is not very good. What do you want say with "forehead bounce"?
He means when he dies he bounces up again then fully dies.
Great unit anyway!
Very nice! Good work, imperator!
Looks Very Good imperator1961
Perhaps Less Bounce in the Death and the Body not so Ridged would be more natural for this Fine unit
Awesome unit, this is a great addition to the game!
Question: are the transitions between the various animations (attack, run, whatever) as lurching in game, or is that just the way it looks in the preview?
There is absolutely no need to apologize for your fine command of the English language
I was referring to the Death anim, where the Janissary falls face foreward, appears to land on his forehead, then bounces upward before finally dying.
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