Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Sandris, May 31, 2008.
Medieval Arabian Camel Archer
Looks very nice.
It does indeed look nice Sandris. Thanks for all the work you put into unit making.
Hey Sandris, could you be persuaded to make an ancient biblical-ish (Midianites) version as well? Simple white cloth, no head-gear, a beard, etc.
Wow! Came out great!!!
Yay another camel unit. I am sure it will be useful to large number of modders.
Excellent Camel Unit Sandris... Really admire your use of Color
It looks more than nice, it looks perfect
Man, you rule! I hereby nominate this unit for the "Best Psychedelic Unit Award".
Awesome, mate, just awesome! Thank you!
really cool unit. You are a machine
x2! I've got an Osprey pic for reference if you want it, Sandris. It would be wonderful to replace the Steph-converted unit I'm currently using.
I'm very uneducated about the unit making process, but I've been wondering for a long time how the several "RYB" units posted would look in game. Which are the civ colors, for example?
So, where is it ?
It's the Blue, BM
Ahah! I get the hint.
Painting by Angus McBride, in Terence Wise, Ancient Armies of the Middle East (Oxford: Osprey, 1981), plate H."Based on a relief from Ashurbanipal's palace at Nineveh, portraying the king's wars against the Arabs. The Arabs, unarmoured and equipped with only the simple bow, were easily crushed by the heavily armoured Assyrians with their iron weapons and composite bows. Arab infantry were similarly dressed and equipped, and are shown in the reliefs being overwhelmed by Assyrian heavy infantry and auxiliary archers." --Ibid., p. 40
I love Assyrian stuff....
Nice reference pic !
And yeah, Assyrians rule. Or, at least they did between, say, 934 and 609 BC! Scary SOBs.
Fantastic unit. What an amazing outfit.
The Assyrian section of the British Museum is one of my favourite bits, although I always feel a bit overwhelmed by testosterone by the time I come out.
Separate names with a comma.