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Preview - Gaucho Unit

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Creation & Customization' started by pesoloco, Oct 22, 2002.

  1. pesoloco

    pesoloco Civ-aholic

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    The guacho is an argentinan Cowboy unit.
    He will attack with his whip


    I have attached a preview.
     
  2. pesoloco

    pesoloco Civ-aholic

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  3. pesoloco

    pesoloco Civ-aholic

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  4. joespaniel

    joespaniel Unescorted Settler

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    I love units like this, very offbeat.

    Peso, did you ever see the Soviet partisan from Red Front (civ2 scenario)?
    I think you would like that one alot.
     
  5. Kal-el

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    What model are you using for the rider?
     
  6. pesoloco

    pesoloco Civ-aholic

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    The rider is based off of a model from 3D Cafe of a plain blank sitting man. I adjusted his legs to fit the horse, which is also a slightly modified 3D Cafe model. The poncho and sombrero are original by me. I changed a few of the riders features too.
     
  7. Kal-el

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    His legs should be straitened out a bit. Right now he looks like a jockey with his knees bent so much. :) His feet should be closer to the horses belly rather than in the middle of the horses body.

    Notice how high the Jockey's feet are.

    Now look at a normal rider.


    and here's a little model I thought might be useful.
     
  8. pesoloco

    pesoloco Civ-aholic

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  9. Shastram

    Shastram Maharaja of Golden Bird

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    The preview looks real good, you are the man Pesoloco!!

    Shastram
     

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