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The Age of Navalism, 1890-1918

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Delta_Strife, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. Delta_Strife

    Delta_Strife Chieftain

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    Update: Something for WWI an E Class Submarine
     
  2. Theov

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    Oh wow!
    I am going to make one or two of these industrial age pirate ships.
    Now I only have to pick a suitable one :D
     
  3. Delta_Strife

    Delta_Strife Chieftain

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    Update: Return to the high seas via my first nation France. So one Arguebuse Class Destroyer. Preview Below:

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  4. Lionic

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    Welcome back to shipyard!
     
  5. Delta_Strife

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    Update: Another destroyer Branlebas Class. Preview Below:

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  6. Kirejara

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    Nice one. I think I have to start adding more WWI Destroyers in my game (I have currently only one as generic). ;)

    Keep up the good work!
     
  7. Delta_Strife

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    Update: One special request a Tillman Design IV-2. Preview Below:

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  8. Delta_Strife

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    Update: Just in case anyone thought I forgot how to make ships here is pair of protected cruiser one for America and one for Spain.
     
  9. cemo1956

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    Protected Cruiser. YEAH, not too many of these early very different waships.
    These two can easily be used with any Navy that are missing one for the moment.

    Great stuff Delta !!!
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  10. Civinator

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    Delta, thank you very much for all your great work! :thanx:

    Delta made a lot of protected cruisers of that time:

     
  11. Delta_Strife

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    Update: Well after many years of making ships I realized my model files were a complete mess after spending a great deal of time reorganizing the collection I realized I had a bunch of released models. So, to celebrate Canada Day and to make sure I would not forget about them again why not release them. At the moment they do not have sounds but please do enjoy. A destroyer and torpedo for Russia and a Italian Armoured Cruiser.
     
  12. W.i.n.t.e.r

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    The moment one is out of the door for a mere few month and the warships keep getting launched =) Thank you for the latest gems (aka the DD and BT as well as the newest Italian).
    Any prospect for a Brazilian Minas Geraes BB Class [i.e. Minas Geraes and Sao Paolo (1909 / 1917) and a Minas Geraes refit (1939)? =)
     
  13. Delta_Strife

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    @W.i.n.t.e.r Challenge accepted it is a ship with many small differences so see how well I can do it.
     
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    :clap:
     
  15. Delta_Strife

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    So the challenge is proceeding well. Still need to tweak her but here is the results so far:
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    :agree:
     
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    Do you do all your refitting in Blender before importing to Bryce for animation and rendering? The detailing looks terrific.
     
  20. Delta_Strife

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    All refitting is done in blender as well texture work. Then export as .obj and import into bryce for animation. Sometimes there will be funny artifacts generated by bryce that will require me to chop up certain objects and then the artifacts disappear.
     

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