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musketaquid
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Post by musketaquid »

Jetryl wrote:
It looks plenty good enough.
...we'll put these in-game
that's nice, and i'll go on polishing in any case :lol:
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traverser wrote:hooray, we can now make a Don Quixote campaign
Haha, I'd play it.
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Kaldred wrote:Here some new pics from my statues. I´m very busy currently, but i try to work further on them. With the second one im not satisfied (I have a newer verion of this but i don´t want remake the pictures ;)). And the fifth one use the rotten plants of the third, but i will draw them new in the next version.
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Some sugesstions to make them better?

A Problem by the ruined one is that the head going out of the hex so they must be used as halo.
Will we get more of these? or at least the transparent files of the ones you've done?
Feel free to PM me if you start a new terrain oriented thread. It's easy for me to miss them among all the other art threads.
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Post by Jetrel »

Eleazar - could you commit both of the windmills?
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last night i committed some stuff from this thread, including the 18 frame windmill
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musketaquid
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Post by musketaquid »

I've polished the windmill.
I hope, that this time the shadows are in the right angle of 45°.
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Post by Changeling »

:shock: That's incredible.

What would make it even better is if you added shadow to the blades to each other. But that might just me trying to find mistake in everything.

But I'm thinking (forgive me if someone mentioned this already), units and figures on the map only move when specific triggers are activated. It'd look weird on the background if it was the only moving thing...

[EDIT] I also noticed that the shadow on the windmill, after a certain point just jumps down suddenly, suggesting some jutting out, and consequently squarish, contradictory of your circular intention. You might want to fix that.[/EDIT]

Last question, is it gonna count as a village?
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Changeling wrote:But I'm thinking (forgive me if someone mentioned this already), units and figures on the map only move when specific triggers are activated. It'd look weird on the background if it was the only moving thing...
If memory serves, one of the (very) long term goals is to have fully animated backgrounds. Swaying trees, flowing rivers etc. Plenty of units already have idle animations.

I don't understand the rest of what you said.

PS. The shadows of the blades drip with awesomeness.
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Post by Sgt. Groovy »

Awesome, looks very 3-dimensional.
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What would make it even better is if you added shadow to the blades to each other. But that might just me trying to find mistake in everything.
This Shadow you mentioned only drops of wings near the center where the wings already are darker and is that minimal, that this shadow would be hard to recognice. So i don't know, if it is worth the effort.
The picture i added, shows the difference.

I see, it looks better. If i don't go crazy on that mill, i'll overlay the shadows for the blades.
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Post by Changeling »

that's good, but can you lighten the top blade?
[EDIT] I also noticed that the shadow on the windmill, after a certain point just jumps down suddenly, suggesting some jutting out, and consequently squarish, contradictory of your circular intention. You might want to fix that.[/EDIT]
The problem I had is below, frames 25 and 30.
If you hover your mouse over the two, you'll see that it's overextended for it to just cover with one frame.
I imagine, though, that your shadow for the right blade should be longer. and a little bit higher.
Last question, is it gonna count as a village?
:? *Still confused*
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Changeling wrote:Last question, is it gonna count as a village?
Not normally, unless the campaign designer decides to make it so.
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Post by Jetrel »

Eleazar, could you commit his most recent version of the windmill to SVN?
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Jetryl wrote:Eleazar, could you commit his most recent version of the windmill to SVN?
done
Feel free to PM me if you start a new terrain oriented thread. It's easy for me to miss them among all the other art threads.
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Post by Redeth »

A simple scarecrow.
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