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New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sun Jun 07, 2009 14:37

Starting a new model pack.
Some middle age stuff.

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So-far

Beer Barrel.
drinking cup.
Candle.
Table.

Any suggestions ?

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Sun Jun 07, 2009 14:46

Stool
Cauldron
Fireplace
Iron forge
Meat hook on chain
(More when I can think of them)

Very nice models, by the way.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sun Jun 07, 2009 15:02

Rex Claussen wrote:Cauldron
And possibly a variant hanging from a tripod:

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No, I don't know who he is.[/spoiler]

I know that you have already done a few but torches etc are always handy as might be more gargoyles and so on to add to maps with a castle theme.

And yes, some very nice models there . I have really appreciated the various packs that you have uploaded over the years and I'm always glad to see you doing more. So thank you.

Personally I usually prefer, or have more use for, the more modern or futuristic styled models but all of them are welcome. :)

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sun Jun 07, 2009 21:07

Thanks for the sugesstions. :)

No problem the next pack can be more futuristic.

I have now 23 model packs on my site, and I go for the 50 ( as low poly as possible ). :shock:
But also want to have more experience with sculpting, so also learning that stuff.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:08

Enjay wrote:Personally I usually prefer, or have more use for, the more modern or futuristic styled models but all of them are welcome. :)
I, too, have focused on sci-fi or scientific/mechanical/modern models - mainly because I'm new to the use of models and the project with which I'm currently involved requires these types of models. However, I can easily see myself being interested in the medieval models for a DooM/Hexen/Heretic themed mod.

And, Sitters, Enjay and I have made free use of many of your models in our current project, and for that we thank you.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sat Jun 13, 2009 21:55

Update of the model pack


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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sat Jun 13, 2009 23:23

Very nice. :yup:

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rex Claussen » Sun Jun 14, 2009 4:22

Indeed, it looks very nice, especially set against the backdrop of the night sky.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Sun Jun 14, 2009 17:00

Thanks,

I update the picture with some stools and a chain with skull.
Slowly we get a scene.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Dutch Devil » Sun Jun 14, 2009 17:57

Armor stand
Weapon stand
An suit of armor
Chairs
Benches
Chests
Tables
Wine rack
Wooden wine barrels
Paintings
Guilotine or other torture devices
Rugs

Shields, swords, axes (would look nice mounted on an wall)

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Sun Jun 14, 2009 20:18

Heh, before you updated the picture I thought to myself, "yeah that looks like a nice little scene, I could see me camping there and having a few beers sitting at that table". However, with the hanging skull there now, I think I might find somewhere else to have a picnic. ;)

Again, it's looking good and the skull is quite a nice, natural shape.

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Rachael » Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:27

I'm quite liking these, as well, however, I don't have much feedback on them. They look really really cool. :)
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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Mon Jun 15, 2009 17:20

Thanks, add some torture devices. :shock:

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Re: New modelpack

Post by Enjay » Mon Jun 15, 2009 20:12

I've already seen most of them in a certain soon-to-be-released map and they look really good close up. The only one that is new to me is that particularly uncomfortable looking rack-like device on the left. I don't fancy being attached to one of those (or any of the devices to be fair).

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Re: New modelpack

Post by sitters » Mon Jun 15, 2009 20:28

Enjay wrote:I've already seen most of them in a certain soon-to-be-released map and they look really good close up. The only one that is new to me is that particularly uncomfortable looking rack-like device on the left. I don't fancy being attached to one of those (or any of the devices to be fair).

Yea the left one is a new one, the others, I make for the map cruel death.
I make more :

The Judas Cradle.
The head crusher.

I put them all in one medieval model-pack ( that's going to be a big download ).

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