Discussion in 'Civ3 - Graphics Modpacks' started by Traianus, May 2, 2006.
Very impressive work Traianus
You got me tempted to have a look at that program myself
Wow you are really cranking the buildings out great job!
What a compliment! Varwnos, I'm honoured. Maybe the program might be a way around your eyesight problem. I'd hate for you to not make stuff any more. You're one of the best out there and that would be a real shame.
Beautiful - and most will blend with my existing buildings very well. This make the prospect of next RFRE patch even more scary (time-consuming ). You are becoming an artist with Civ art!
Traianus is cool
Shucks, you guys!
Hey, the first one are from "Celtic Kings"?
If you mean the first post, those are from a game I bought in Spain called Imperium about the Gallic Wars. I haven't seen it on sale here so maybe Celtic Kings is the English verion.
It's bulgarian game-the real name is spelling"Keltski krale"
Wow. These are awesome. Once I get back home to my PC and sketchup, you'll have to tell me how yunz did some that!
Ask away. I'll help all I can.
I've been quiet on the buildings front in the last few days, but it's simply because this took a while to get right.
For all you homeless celts out there, this is a nice hillfort wonder!
Nice work, but I can sense a sneak attack coming from behind those trees!
This probably is the best looking modded wonder yet
Only perhaps the civilopedia large (the roof of the main building is too grainy, which can be fixed with some pixel work) and the flag (imo) can be improved
But other than that its great.
btw: how did you make the mountains? (or were they 2d?)
I might have a look at your suggestions.
The back was indeed a 2d image, of Alesia actually!
Wow...those are impressive Traianus. Makes me wish we could start up the gallic wars again....
Keep it up!
I'm still working on it, JD. I've started playtesting. Should be ready for release soon.
Lovely hill fort, Traianus.
Just like Ozy said it. Top work here and I'm going to be using plenty of these.
Good then. If you need any help with it for beta-testing, just ask. I would be happy to help you out.
Separate names with a comma.