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Lafette II
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Posted: 4th Jan 2020 15:58
I actually wanted to take a break, but I think 3D crafting is addictive.
I'm in the process of creating a hell of a scenario, a volcanic eruption or something. I've already finished a few mountains and rocks. As I know myself, I probably won't find an end again. Mmmmmh ...





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Posted: 4th Jan 2020 16:08 Edited at: 4th Jan 2020 16:08
I love your rock stuff... Use a lot of it in my games

Quote: "but I think 3D crafting is addictive."


Yes it is, thats why I browse here daily as well.
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Thank you, but the rocks in your last pictures are awesome. I've only seen anything like this in the unreal asset store. The material is so cool. I'm always looking for stuff like that. You can chisel a gigantic mountain without much effort.

To the mountains here. You have to lend a little hand, turn a little here, lower a little there, raise the level, spread stones, grass on it, done.
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awesome rocks..... just needs a few old buildings, eerie music, rusting cars too, great work.
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Posted: 4th Jan 2020 18:33
Yeah ... that's the end of the world. Unless you still have cool beer in the fridge. Speaking of beer ... I have to go
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I have revised my rocks again. I used a different texture. Maybe it's a little too dark. I have to test a little more. All that's missing is a bursting volcano, and then the lava. Or, as Tarkus says, a post-war scenario like this.









Now I know I've forgotten vegetation...argh
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Posted: 7th Jan 2020 21:39
Super fun and useful looking. Great Lafette!

I somehow liked the first texture and color a little more?
How about some of both?
So maybe include some Grand Canyon and Utah desert rocks?!

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Lafette II
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Posted: 8th Jan 2020 05:09
Thank you
It won't be my last texture. I liked the first one too, but it was not structured enough. As described, I can still change the color of the textures, but it will always look different between different skyboxes.
Wait a bit ...















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@ GubbyBlips

Aha ..... something like that?

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Posted: 9th Jan 2020 05:34 Edited at: 9th Jan 2020 05:50
LOL
Well... What do we call it?!

BTW, nice work! I'm thinking like an apocalyptic
YellowStone N.P. now!
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Posted: 10th Jan 2020 17:45

Too bad .....
I recently read that these models are no longer free. I will probably never be able to use them once in a game. These are a few objects from the zoo pack at truebones. But they are great as illustrative material. They also look better in the editor than here in the video. Well, that's just the way it is

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Amazing creatures!
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Guys, I just can't let go. I want to make a group of rocks with which you can create a handsome mountain landscape with a little skill. Including terrain package and a few suitable plants. Now I don't know if I'm on the right track with the stuff I've had so far. I seem to like it, otherwise I probably wouldn't post it.


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it looks amazing .. instant buy for me..
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I thank both of you. Yes, selling is one of those things. First of all, I have to build something, come up with something for easy handling and, above all, take the time to place these things in the store. Well, let's see how the package develops ...
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Great looking models (as usual) very natural looking

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This is fantastic work, much better and with quite a few rock and mountain models very original landscapes can be created, brilliant work.
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Buyer here for those rocks
Fantastic scenes ..
The only person ever to get all his work done by "Friday" was Robinson Crusoe..
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Yes Lafette II, its about time someone makes nice rocks. we could actually do with a little bit better stock rocks in GG,
I will definitely support you.
The rock landscape looks supper cool.
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Thank you for the encouraging comments.
I have now also provided a small video that I actually do not like at all. But I'm too lazy to do it again. It still shows a little bit of progress ...

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I gave the <Tree It> trees some movement
I don't know, is this little breeze of wind enough to animate the trees?
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I've finished something now. A small test set with natural stuff (a little). Just give it a try. And then there's ...

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I am still looking for the perfect rock texture. This texture looks pretty good from a distance. But unfortunately not up close



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Fantastic work, can't wait for this pack....... keep going.
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@ Tarkus1971 Thank you
But until I decide which type of rock to use, I just can't think of a new pack. I am still completely in the air. When I find a rock surface that is satisfactory for me, I put a sample mountain for download and act according to the response.

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Pretty good stuff!
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@ Wolf thank you

Since the update wave I have interrupted or interrupted all my rock tests. But I can say that it will continue soon. I tested a few more rock textures, I like a type quite well, the mountains in the snow make a good impression in the two pictures, but when viewed individually, they don't look so special. You have to turn down the sun control completely to get a passable rock, not good ...





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@ JC LEON thank you...
@ Supe Excuse me, I have eagerly overlooked you. I also thank you for your comment, of course

It's been a long time ...
If there is no winter this year, I'll make it myself ...
Yes, the snowy rocks still don't look the way I want them to. I have to change something ...

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Lafette, the big rock/mountain is very nice
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Posted: 28th Mar 2020 19:00 Edited at: 28th Mar 2020 19:01
In troubled times, a somewhat soft video. I created a watermill and I couldn't help making a landscape around it to give the whole thing a certain touch. Forgive me if I haven't hit it.

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Nice, bit of a Skyrim vibe.
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wow Lafette, this is so good,
Solid hit my friend.
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Thank you guys..

Once again I couldn't stop and expanded my landscape to include a village. I have to say, the new PP changes the appearance positively. The shadows are displayed better and in my opinion everything looks cleaner. Respect the makers.

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That is some beautiful scenery! Fantastic work, Lafette!
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So now I've built a couple of houses. And now the associated things that break the houses again. These are the most modern, most effective and most dangerous weapons ... or were they in the 14th - 15th centuries. And after the battle there was a lot of gobbling.

culverin - culverin in action - culverin, whole and destroyed - The "Faule Mette", a stone rifle with a carriage - The Moerser with a static mount. This is a really fat stone rifle - The "Haufnitze", a small siege cannon. This type was later used on sailing ships - During the battle - After the battle








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You shouldn't give alcohol to the brothers. The trigger was Gogol. After the last schnapps, he suffered a cable fire in his pacemaker. Well ....

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LOL - Awesome Lafette...
Just need to make them run thru the tent and set that alight as well!



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That's awesome.
Did you attach the flame by script, or was that an animation ?
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Thanks

I gave the character a particle emitter via a script.
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Quote: "I gave the character a particle emitter via a script."


Very clever.
Nice stuff Lafette II.

Quote: "I am still looking for the perfect rock texture"

Had you tried the 3d textures than textures.com has?
They has a very nice 3d river stones textures, mossy, etc, even take at look to the 3d scan they has. Or maybe you already know all this, if so excuse me.

I'm working now in a bunch of spreaded river stones to be placed as decals on the banks of the rivers.
I've used some of these 3d txtures to try, and it works fine to me.
I firts make all the stones on 3ds max , and yes you end with a very hight poly, not because the polys each one has, but for the quantity of stones you has to place there to compound the scene. I've make my stones with projection modifiers, so I've applied it to a low poly stone getting the same effects with lowpoly stones, even rocks. The same with the textures but generating normal texture with projection and apply it to a lowpoly stone\rock. Again if you already know all this wall of post, please excuse me.





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@ 3com I love Textures.com. That has always been my first point of contact. Yes, I sometimes use pbr material there. As for the stones, my stones, which I have thrown into the map, have between 12 and 18 triangles, which I can halve again if only half of them protrude from the ground. You see, not too many. However, I have already thought of large decals with the idea of a decal, on which only large stones are lifted off, the rest must be done by a well-designed normal map. But it always depends on the point of view how they should appear.
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Yes, Texture.com has improved a lot with the change. I love their stuff too.
The triangles/polys are the nightmare, when we want to design a landscape.
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Just caught this work Lafette II. Most excellent as usual.
The rocks are looking great.
Were you out panning for gold in the hills of California?
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@ GubbyBlips If you mean the video, there are such rocks here in Saxony on the Elbe. They're just not that gigantic.
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My little additional family. The little ones are very unruly. I couldn't persuade her to stand still for a picture. I'm still learning how to model characters, but I think this could be a start. I will continue to deal with people from the 30 year war. This topic is not very busy.



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for your mountains it's better if you change the atmosphere color to match the red sky !

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This is of course also an option, although the red now seems a bit too dominant to me
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