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fumar
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 13:42 Edited at: 1st Oct 2019 19:13
Hi there...

I like modeling in 3d. From time to time I'll publish some freebies here too.
Criticism, tips or advice are welcome, because I'm not perfect and I like to learn.
Requests are also welcome.

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Church
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118#msg2620768
Wooden Bench
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118#msg2621110
Old House
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118#msg2621303
Two Wooden Doors
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118#msg2621348
Damaged Cottage / Painted Door
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118?page=1#msg2621579
Manor
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/221118#msg2621713

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Today I have a church for you.
The model contains a .dbo file, textures (D, N, 4096x4096), FPE and a .bmp image.

Please note this:
- All models provided here are my property.
- They are free for commercial or non-commercial use only in GameGuru projects.
- They must not be shared or distributed in any way except within a GameGuru project developed by the person or persons downloading the models from here.





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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 14:31 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 15:00
Quote: "Criticism, tips or advice are welcome, because I'm not perfect and I like to learn."

Maybe it sounds nerdy but i love 3d models, really, they are like toys for big guys haha
U have to add also the x file otherwise it would be work.
Is that really your model?Can u prove that?This church doesnt look like it where made in a half hour i guess it was hard experienced work.I made a similar thread and posted models from the web cuz i didnt know its not allowed.The best way would be if u record a video with fraps during modeling and share it here so we can be sure.If u r really the creator i apologize.
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 15:22
That's a great Model !!
There is no reason to doubt he did not make it and he has stated its his own creation.
As far as I can see he has followed the guidelines.
We only usually get suspicious about those that say " here's a free model " with no info on where its from
The only person ever to get all his work done by "Friday" was Robinson Crusoe..
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 15:51
@osiem80
Quote: "U have to add also the x file otherwise it would be work."

Really? I don't have a .x file and it works here anyway. However, I created one with fragMotion. Hope, it helps.

Quote: "Is that really your model? Can u prove that?"

I'm pretty sure. Why should I prove that?
I don't think I need to prove that to anyone, either.
If you don't believe that, don't use it. Very easy.
Prove to me that the model isn't mine...

Quote: "The best way would be if u record a video with fraps during modeling and share it here so we can be sure. If u r really the creator i apologize."

Did other creators provide video evidence? Couldn't find something like that in the forum rules.
Can you be sure that the models from the shops are own creations?
I just wanted to be friendly and give something back to the community.
I certainly won't do any more work with a video. The creation of the model is really time-consuming enough.
Building in Sketchup needs a day. Texturing in 3DCoat needs another one. (Professionals certainly don't take that long, but for me it's just a hobby.)
That's why I want to share the model. Too bad to use it just for myself.
So far I've often shared pictures of my models in DeviantArt. Have a look...
https://www.deviantart.com/fumar-porros/gallery/?offset=0

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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 15:55
@synchromesh
Quote: "That's a great Model !!
There is no reason to doubt he did not make it and he has stated its his own creation.
As far as I can see he has followed the guidelines. "

Thank you very much. I think I made my point clear in the previous post...
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 16:03 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 16:17
Well okay iam sorry seems like u are the author of that, got little bit suspicious cuz u wrote modestly "iam not perfect and like 2 learn" and then u post a great model like thatAnd because iam 100% sure i saw this winged goblin statues allready somewhere else
TY 4 the church model,no harm, peace
EDIT: Okay i know where the statues are from, its the gargoyle model from the scenery folder LOL
the church not worked cuz in the fpe is an dds file and the textures are jpg, changed the them to png all fine now.
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 16:21
@osiem80
Well, that model isn't perfect. Whenever I work on a project, I notice things afterwards that I could have done better. So it's a constant learning process...

Yes, I forgot to mention the Gargoyles aren't included. They're from the "scenery" folder, but they're a perfect match for the church.
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 16:32 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 16:34
Quote: "but they're a perfect match for the church."

depends on the viewpoint, a winged demon statue next to the holy symbol of christianity, i dont know
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 16:34 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 16:37
It's called a hostile takeover...
Btw., especially the roofs of medieval churches are full of strange animals and stone grimaces.
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 16:44 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 16:44
Gargoyles are a very common feature of gothic style christian churches (13th century), look at any of the famous big churches from that period, they're everywhere. They were originally functional and the mouths acted as rain spout, the word gargoyle actually translates literally to "throat"

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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 17:08
@Fumar: Thats a great model! Thanks for sharing.

@Osiem30: These are quite common. Just look at the ones adorning notre dame.
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iam not an expert in that affairs, either WW2 but thnx 4 the history and architecture lesson
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Posted: 14th Sep 2019 17:27 Edited at: 14th Sep 2019 17:27
Im actually happy the Gargoyles are separate.
That way users can make a choice to add them ( or anything else ) depending on what they want it for.
They do look cool though
The only person ever to get all his work done by "Friday" was Robinson Crusoe..
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Posted: 15th Sep 2019 02:30
That’s a nice model ,the only thing I would change is the roof tiles and the tiles above the entrance. Great setting to

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Posted: 15th Sep 2019 06:27
That's a really great model you made. Good job!
Maybe the entrance wall looks a little bit too "clean" but not a big deal.
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Hi fumar, nice to meet you.
this model looks very nice,, thank you so much for sharing it here with us.
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Posted: 16th Sep 2019 21:09
Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback...
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Posted: 18th Sep 2019 21:20 Edited at: 18th Sep 2019 21:24
A little accessory for your hobbits...
The model contains a .dbo file, textures (D, 1024x1024), FPE and a .bmp image.

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Posted: 19th Sep 2019 03:11
Beautiful work Fumar !
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Thanks Fumar!! Great work!!
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Nice model fumar

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Awesome models. Thank you!
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@fumar, that very good. Thank you.
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Posted: 22nd Sep 2019 18:09
Thank you Fumar, lovely models.
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Posted: 22nd Sep 2019 22:28 Edited at: 22nd Sep 2019 22:29
Hi there...
Thanks a lot, guys...

And here's another model for you.
All rooms are accessible. Doors will be delivered later...
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Posted: 22nd Sep 2019 22:42
Great work Fumar!! Thanks!!
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Posted: 22nd Sep 2019 23:42
no good enough, haha, no iam joking its great!
could u make a house like this 4 me pls?
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Another nice model ,like a mixture of old and new .love it

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@Fumar
Great models, thanks for sharing
Nothing is impossible,
Your mind is the Limit!!!
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Posted: 23rd Sep 2019 21:27 Edited at: 23rd Sep 2019 21:30
Thank you, guys...

And here are two doors (not only for the old house). Both are animated. Have fun with it...


Quote: "could u make a house like this 4 me pls?"

@osiem80, maybe. Never did something like that before...
But you should be a little more specific. For me, the picture looks like a house shot at in a war zone. Could also be a house rotting away. Or a building in a slum. What exactly do you imagine? More example pictures?

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Posted: 23rd Sep 2019 21:56 Edited at: 23rd Sep 2019 22:10
yes its a abandonned house, but 4 me would be also a "healthy" house ok, important is the architecture, eastern village, not the modern american style, know what i mean?

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Posted: 24th Sep 2019 12:52
Quote: "[...] know what i mean?"

Not really, @osiem80. Looks for me like cottages.
The houses themselves are not very interesting, but I like the windows of the second example. The pictures are quite small. Is that corrugated iron on the roof?
I created a basic shape. The question remains: Should I destroy it?...

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Posted: 24th Sep 2019 13:15 Edited at: 24th Sep 2019 13:23
Thanx that looks fine
Destroy so it looks like hitted by a rocket?Yes that would be good.
Quote: "Is that corrugated iron on the roof?"

Its a chimney
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The top one looks like corrugated iron ,the second one look like aspesdose corrugated sheets

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Lovely house and doors.
Thanks Fumar
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Posted: 24th Sep 2019 22:44
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Mission accomplished. Target destroyed...







Quote: "Its a chimney"

I meant the roof covering. And I agree with Dave's guess.

Thank you, @benjiboy...

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Posted: 24th Sep 2019 22:57
WOW amazing!cant wait to test it in gg
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Please read the rules ..
Requests are not allowed here ..
https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/216148
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@Fumar
I have to say your models are outstanding and of the highest quality..
I would pay good money for these, Have you considered the store ?
Many do very well and I can see your models flying off the shelf
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wow very good work here
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Posted: 28th Sep 2019 16:02
Thank you very much for the positive posts.

@synchromesh
Quote: "[...] Have you considered the store ? [...]"

No, I didn't. Not really, at least.
I think I have to find my workflow first. But I'll definitely consider it.
Also because I actually enjoy modeling more than game development.

Here's a new model for you, a damaged cottage.
The rooms are accessible, except the attic. For this you need a ladder.
There's also a new animated door (for the cottage).
Have fun...









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Posted: 28th Sep 2019 16:31 Edited at: 28th Sep 2019 21:51
This time, you have surpassed yourself.The house is very cool and the level surrounding it fits the model very well.If there was no hole in the roof i would move there
Thank U fumar!

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That really is and impressive model.
The quality of these really stand out, good enough for official DLC's in my opinion ..
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Really great job you are doing.
A big thank-you .
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Quote: "The quality of these really stand out, good enough for official DLC's in my opinion .."


That's not really a compliment when you consider the quality of some of the current DLC's to be honest

(note: before anybody gets their panties in a twist, i'm only joking, although to be fair some of the earlier DLC's aren't much more than "ok" even with the recent pbr updates)

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Really impressive work man! I could learn a lot from you.
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Posted: 30th Sep 2019 10:21
Nice model fumar , the only thing I would change is the rounded edges in the roof and floor damage holes and give them some strait edges. You should put a pack together for the store there great standard models .

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Quote: "roof and floor damage holes and give them some strait edges."

Yes looks a little bit like bitten off
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Posted: 1st Oct 2019 19:10
Thanks a lot, guys...
I'm glad you like my models.

Quote: "[...] the only thing I would change is the rounded edges in the roof and floor damage holes and give them some strait edges [...]"

That's true, Dave. That needs more realism. Next time I'll try to make it better. I promise.
That's exactly what I meant when I wrote further up that I was always learning.

Today I have an older model for you, but because I like it somehow, I adapted it for GameGuru. Unfortunately not accessible, sorry...






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