Various Buildings

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Graphics Modpacks' started by Refar, May 25, 2008.

  1. GeoModder

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    Thanks again, Refar. And you're right. This particular building has been used enough now.

    I have one more base building in my sleeve, namely the temple building in civ4 vanilla. (Sid Meier's Civilization 4/assets/art/structures/buildings/temple). I already have it angled 45° in the ethnic citystyles mod, And using a different superstructure on the temple platform would give us another building or two. I'll try to mix something first before making a joining request.
     
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    Well, if you insist... ;)

    Meso1: Used as a university, scale 0.95 in node 3x2.
    Meso2: Used as a library, scale 0.90 in node 2x2.
    Meso3: Used as a theatre, scale 0.75 in node 2x2.

    In the screenshot you can see how a Mayan city turns out.

    I'm quite pleased with how the religious buildings from the JARM mod are distinguistable with the city itself and Refar's city improvements. :)
    (the only improvement I can think of is a colored retexturing for the Meso palace and a scale increase of the Mayan Ballcourt)
     

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    Looks cute.

    I was thinking myself, that a matching color for the thingy we use as Toltec cathedral would be nice... The shadow points in the wrong direction too :(

    The Mayan ballcourt perhaps should be relocated to a node that is guaranteed (or at least highly likely) to be on the outskirts of the city. I have to say, before i picked it apart for the new meso buildings i did not even really know how it looks - in the firaxis city sets it is always cramped with other buildings.
     
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    I know.
    But since I relocated all my EC files out of the modules folder, I can try to do something about under/overscaled unique buildings.
    I reckon the Ballcourt would have to go to the 4x4 node (biggest one).
     
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    It really exists!!!

    Look here or here!!

    Very good, Refar :goodjob:
     
  8. Refar

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    Thanks.

    @Arian: For this one we could actually use a wonder movie in Fury Road :mischief:
     
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    I'll make this movie for Fury Road. These YouTube movies are quite usable for a nice movie :D
    However I'm going on holiday for the next two weeks so I'll probably make it in october.
     
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    *jumps in*
    *grab*
    *jumps out*

    ;)
     
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    That was fast :lol:
     
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    Carhenge movie is finished. Download



    I hope the movie and soundtrack are OK and fit the mod.
     
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    Wow those Firetemples look beautiful!! You have made them from their original counterparts. I actually recognize them. :) Very nice design!!!! Especially the Chahr-Taghi one (Top-Left) looks beautiful.
     

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