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Posted: 21st Nov 2014 19:15 Edited at: 21st Nov 2014 19:17
Quote: " I don´t like dungeons, so they do not impress me that much"




i can understand as fpsc was basically a dungeon maker, so i think people can get dungeon fatigue, but i believe with the new engine both can live in harmony, which is my aim. but thank you for chatting also, it is good to have a chat

as to outside, well thanks and as to the guild house, it is still a work in progress, no base floor and i will be adding fireplace and chimney and across over roof, and some bay windows or something up in the final third, or simply make the building l shaped and open it up more.



Quote: "Hope you finish this project"




so do i. i will do although my plan is to do many games in the realm i created. think tolkien, lovecraft, pratchet, gygax etc. they have worlds rich with depth and many stories and history.





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Posted: 19th Dec 2014 14:20
anyone interested i have given out a free basic dungeon set in the free section. that is all for that section. if i do give anymore away of that set it will be on this thread so keep alert over the holidays on this one

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wow great stuff....
so nice to see the potential of this engine growing and
your sure doing great work with what we have available so far.
Keep up the good work.

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Been a while since my last visit here,i must say the look you have going here is great . Love to have a wander around that village .

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Posted: 10th Jan 2015 17:56
this looks very very very good!
when will you be adding in charecters?(goblins,peasants etc)
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Posted: 14th Jan 2015 11:17 Edited at: 14th Jan 2015 11:17
@ unird 12b

thanks for the comments is much appreciated



@ granada

i will do you a level soon to have a wander and explore a one off for you



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characters is a good one. getting the scripting is my downfall, i have literally hundreds of animated characters and monsters and animals all ready except for how to give them life etc. no idea how to get them in. i cant script very well so i guess it is a big problem

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Wow! This is looking AMAZING - those outdoor scenes with the medieval houses are among the best I have seen and nearly rival Bethesda!

I would most certainly buy this as a construction kit for outdoor and indoor/dungeon creation. It would be really cool to see you create caves as well as sewers - all nice and dirty and sludgy! If you had outdoor, indoor, caves, sewers and dungeons, you would have Wizadry Creation Kit in a box!

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Quote: "Well imressive work so far... Although I think you can improve your models. There is a free tool you can use. It is called Ivy generator and it pretty much it does what it says. Your walls and pillars will look 100% better. Here is the link http://graphics.uni-konstanz.de/~luft/ivy_generator/. And it is very easy."


Not going to work - tried it with a low poly tree and the ivy is too high poly - does not import into FPSCR at all - makes it hang.

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Posted: 15th Jan 2015 22:02 Edited at: 15th Jan 2015 22:12
@ world class cheers for your comments i am not sure i am skyrim yet infact way off, my aim is to be half as good as oblivion then i will be happy.

yes i had a look at the ivy thing, not my cup of tea. if i want ivy i can add it. i may do an ivy cons
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Posted: 15th Jan 2015 22:05 Edited at: 15th Jan 2015 22:15
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here is a view from on the bridge going up a hilly and wooded pathway



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a windmill for all occasions



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a more efx of my houses so you can see them in how meant to be seen





and a close up of the behoolder as i think i needed to put him in again with glowing green eye

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Posted: 15th Jan 2015 22:18 Edited at: 15th Jan 2015 22:25
This is so frickin' cool! Has an oldschool dungeoncrawler vibe to it!



I'm making a game that goes in a similar direction now. I'll have a lot of ground to cover if I want to reach your level of quality!



That little bridge scene makes me really want to go for a stroll!







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Posted: 15th Jan 2015 22:40
Quote: "I'm making a game that goes in a similar direction now. I'll have a lot of ground to cover if I want to reach your level of quality!"


i am very excited to hear you are going for it too, i am sure you will go above and beyond and i look forward to it and i hope to and know i will be inspired, your work as always is aaa. so this is great news wolf.
and thankyou for the compliment

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Looking fantastic, science boy - love the smelters!
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@ gtox thank you and thank you for the word smelters, i did not know their name, i love your work and bought your flower, i tried adapting one of my models to work on the same idea, but i failed drastically, i am not that good at adapting it seems, oh we
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Thanks science boy, although I don't think my evil carnivorous plant will like you calling it a flower
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yes i hope mr meat eater does not take offence, are you any good at adapting say a monster to your script?

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I could have a go. Send me a pm or an e-mail with the details.
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Posted: 25th Jan 2015 19:45
ok here is a little something i am finally working on

a sewer system of my own, with i think some basic starting, i have big circular tunnels that work with this but i will save that for mid week when i have more time and stuff, and will be adding to my town set some more buildings, and finally i will be finishing of all my 2 dungeon sets so they are completed and ready to play. and i am hoping that by the end of next week my towns will be finished, i will be making a sick town soon, plagues and evil lurking deserted towns where once great cities stood. etc so that will be fun, but i intend to in the next few weeks to finish off my near completed sets of things. then i can re assess my next move

here is the first basic sewer

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Posted: 26th Jan 2015 09:55 Edited at: 26th Jan 2015 09:56
Reminds me of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion.
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The light green works quite well. I look forward to seeing more images of this game.

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ok just a test on my new cave system which is more fluid than the mine kit which is less fluid more cut and jagged rock anyway it is being optimised as it was a bit poly heavy for a cave wall, so here is a sneak peak of early caves

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Lots of updates

Wolf wrote: "This is so frickin' cool! "


I agree Wolf, so so good. We need a demo

Keep going mate.



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Posted: 28th Jan 2015 23:23 Edited at: 28th Jan 2015 23:25
erased the shot as not to my standard i will re photo tomorrow



thank you to gtox and dimoxinil and e30 your comments are great and it is good to see your works too

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Posted: 29th Jan 2015 14:44 Edited at: 29th Jan 2015 14:51
ok this is still being designed and these are still rough as i have to re texture some walls as bits of stretching but i get a healthy framerate still so that is good



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i put a chest in to give an idea





this is to show the textures on the cave



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note also there are 7 walls at the moment i aim for 14 and i only used 1 ceiling there are 4 ceilings but i aim for many for drop down holes arched dipped etc. floors i plan a few more for variety. but i will be doing prefabs for quick design once i have all my pieces.



i think for the rest of the day i will be working on my sewers.

@ e30 it would be boring for you to walk around an empty environment so i await characters before any demo release i think

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Those are some impressive-looking caves, science boy.
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Posted: 29th Jan 2015 17:18 Edited at: 29th Jan 2015 18:33
@ gtox thankyou, and will be in touch soon about what we chatted about



i have textured and made a few pillars since i last posted earlier here is a selection of pillars



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well back again and ertlov will be in touch at some point soon.

ok i have started on a new town set, i have got a new tavern sorted. fine tweaks like spec too strong and texture re do here and there like the wood ceiling of the roof and some pillars here and there, but this is much bigger than the other inns and also a more sturdy set

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anyway another work in progress but the parts are there just a few prefabs and i will have a good new town set for somewhere other than the town i have shown
this is a work in progress

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Hey!, are you looking for anyone to assist? I am good in scripting and am working on an open world game myself so I have some existing code.

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Posted: 8th Feb 2015 22:18 Edited at: 8th Feb 2015 22:26
a few new shots, most of the new town set is done. all able to enter and fit with the grand house i built which can double as a inn manor etc. anyway a few more alterations and i shall have it fine tuned plus 2 sets have been made a no windows and windowed. just as reloaded direction and input to how it is going to work is not clear, and have had no reply to if the old town set works.



then i finally got around to advancing on my sewers, with round tunnels and rooms etc, this is a very large room and has been optimised.







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Trust me it would not be boring to walk around your level populated or not, would be great just to see it all and walk around it all

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Posted: 9th Feb 2015 15:47 Edited at: 9th Feb 2015 15:55
ok today i have been improving infact i started again on sewer tunnels i knew what i was doing what i needed and the size and so this morning have completed a single straight a double straight a corner t junction and a crossroad. i have tested and work fine, only a small issue with a texture bit but i will sort that in a minute

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also a more daring lit up sewer main hall



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and au shadow thanks, i will do a demo once i know that the media is solid and safe and unable to reproduce etc. i am not convinced by tgc at the moment on security



also note the slightly obvious water reflection of the sky, which is some what painful for the effect. they have reflect sky and no water at all no reflect with entity, this is a huge killer for anyone who wants underground caves tunnels etc, infact anything indoors with water unless made by yourself. and as water is going to be a year or so down the line at the earliest this is where i leave my sewer set for now. plus the lights keep doing the proximity switch on part. all will be good i am sure but this is the last of sewers for now

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ok i told a pork pie, i have been adding heaps to the sewers only because i am more impressed with the tunnels, and not going below a 100fps on highest settings. and they all link quick and easy and look really good in gameplay, so added some extras, more rooms and hanging mossy weed and end bars. next is a cave in and broken bars

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adds a very interesting old skool and my school together. anyway i am happy with them. not sure characters can go down them as they stay in areas and not run after you and get stuck

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Planes would be a good alternative,but I like the addition.

I'm generally impressed by your sewer designs, my only criticism would be the large amount of oblivion going on there...not that its a bad thing...its just very...oblivion.

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Planes? I seem to be missing something. I have been busy so forgive.

Oblivion wow that standard was my aim alas to copy was not my aim. Twas more attempting my own old trip to lightwater valley they had a ride called the rat. They had circular tunnels. The building rooms just came about due to chance and my made texture. Maybe the lighting. If I redden it up maybe less oblivion. I have some neat swirling tunnels to add to the mad maze of underground madness
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Yeah, planes...add some airplanes to that and you'll be fine! That larger room with the water in it is perfect for a boeing 747.

Just kidding: I mean flat planes with a texture of vines and roots on them. Much like blood-decals only with roots.

I didn't mean that you copied anything. Its just that green lit fantasy sewers have sunk in the collective gamedesigner conciousness as very oblivion. Might be just me though. Its good work none the less!
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lol, i get it, yeah could be a brick hanger. for the aurora project! ah i see a roots texture. sounds good. i have 3d hanging vines at the moment, but i could do floor stuff.

hey dont worry it is hard to be original when most things have been done. and i do agree. so i may just decrease the green tinge. but it is a damp place where slime moss algea etc would be. maybe i could have a few random turds for originality in the water or something, just kidding.
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Oh! But you are wrong my friend, barely anything has been done..videogames are a very young form of entertainment. Eh, however...as far as sewers go...most things have been done. Sewerlevels are among the most popular in first person games.

Your project remains the best fantasy game on here...you know what it could really use though? Displacment mapping. I love it! Ever used it?



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Posted: 17th Feb 2015 20:28
Great idea Wolf, this would really make you models pop SB.

What software do you use to bake high to low poly wolf?


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What software do you use to bake high to low poly wolf?"


Hey E30Legend, I model in lowpoly only. I never bake anything (nor would I know how to do that). I can however reduce the polycount of models with uu3D, altough the result can be iffy.



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Displacment mapping does reloaded support this tech? i hear it needs diff, norm, spec, is height map?

anyway yes any improvement be great, and what is your way of doing so?
in other words any extra techniques are welcome.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhV0_f08Qgk


here is my first video of a glimpse at the sewers, next up is the country



and here is the country walk
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tomorrow i will be showing my caves video before the launch and some other things too
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I love the spinning passages :>
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I just bought this and I hope you are still busy making your Kits for a cave and dungeon.
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snowdog thanks, but they were not properly lined up. i have been attempting to get characters to go down them it is sort of working, so i may have a sewer full of lurking monsters whoooaaaaaa

0alerm0 thanks its them little appreciations that keep me going

notayeti i am always busy making stuff, i just keep trying to improve and further improve.

as it has been a while i will give you a showcase of my ultimate town kit.

the first showing is a huge inn/hotel
3 floors 7 rooms for rent and 2 huge downstairs areas a huge upstairs area etc very big indeed, taken 2 days to suss it out, although i lost the first one due to bad file, then updated the windows on this beast. so without further ado


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this one is a more work needed on the texture. version is a run down inn but i will correct it later there is still work to do on the first one, then the extras like post supports, fires, shutters, overhangs, porchways etc etc. i will be making them attachable to make use of at least various differences to make unique inns


as i say, this is the first, there are shops and houses, mills, forge works, blacksmith and many other town like buildings. this is a rework from what i was attempting the other month.
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What a load of total rubbish ! Give me the model and we will say no more about it

Ok, ok, it's epic ! Truly outdone yourself this time I wouldn't even know where to start on building something on this scale.


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Quote: "What a load of total rubbish ! Give me the model and we will say no more about it "


i agree at the moment but with all the other town models i hope ( crosses fingers) it will fit in. plus to add trimmings yet so fingers crossed

Quote: "Ok, ok, it's epic ! Truly outdone yourself this time I wouldn't even know where to start on building something on this scale."


why thankyou. i think i have more to do but thanks, i actually well love your castle and your tube,
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