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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Tranberry » 12 Sep 2011, 14:18

/OT I wonder what's the merit in having one huge thread over many smaller ones?
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 12 Sep 2011, 19:51

It's cooler than posting a new thread for every small piece of WIP art :p

Btw:

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http://www.blendswap.com/3D-models/vehi ... yard-v0-7/
Is the newest version of what Charlie posted.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Tranberry » 12 Sep 2011, 23:20

nah, I can't agree.. ;D
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby qubodup » 20 Nov 2011, 06:57

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I made a tile set for JSettlers2 using gimp and ... inspiration.
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GangHamburg.wings

Postby qubodup » 26 Dec 2011, 16:45

I made a grey box level (if you know a better term for level concept model, please tell me!).

It is strongly inspired by one of the exhibition areas in the Hamburger Bahnhof museum for contemporary art in Berlin.

I would like to upload it to OGA as concept art but would like to first figure out how to render a decent image.

http://ompldr.org/vYng4YQ (7z, 8kb, :zero:)

It is a 1vs1 arena map, which would probably work well with rocket jumps or wallrunning, so openarena and redeclipse might be good games to test it in. Addition of jump pads might be a good idea as well.

orange = walls
blue T = player start
green Diamond = defensive pickup
red cone = offensive pickup

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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby farcodev » 27 Dec 2011, 20:04

Here's an old spacecraft I made 11 years ago (time pass so fast...). I revive it for FAR Colony but I need to remake the rear part (where the space drives are located) because it’s suck and it’s one of the reason I never completed it.

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Re: GangHamburg.wings

Postby MCMic » 03 Jan 2012, 11:46

qubodup {l Wrote}:I made a grey box level (if you know a better term for level concept model, please tell me!).

It is strongly inspired by one of the exhibition areas in the Hamburger Bahnhof museum for contemporary art in Berlin.

I would like to upload it to OGA as concept art but would like to first figure out how to render a decent image.

http://ompldr.org/vYng4YQ (7z, 8kb, :zero:)

It is a 1vs1 arena map, which would probably work well with rocket jumps or wallrunning, so openarena and redeclipse might be good games to test it in. Addition of jump pads might be a good idea as well.

orange = walls
blue T = player start
green Diamond = defensive pickup
red cone = offensive pickup

PS: reddit/gamedev

It could also be fun in purity ;-)
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 07 Jan 2012, 01:22

Wasting more time on improved base meshes... will probably make a female version next.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 08 Jan 2012, 03:24

And a draft of a female version:
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Tranberry » 08 Jan 2012, 03:58

Wow, lovely Julius. I really like them.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 10 Jan 2012, 00:19

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Further improvements, especially to the face.

Will probably work on the male again next to get a fresh perspective. But I guess at least the female is close to be done.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby qubodup » 10 Jan 2012, 00:52

I love the lowpoly-ness. :) Will you be rigging and animating or applying existing animations (OpenArena might have some available [in Blender]) as well?

Sorry if that question doesn't make sense. I have little clue about rigging.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 10 Jan 2012, 09:35

This is meant as a quick base to make other models (therefore also the low-polyness as that is easier to edit), thus rigging it wouldn't make much sense. In general though: the OpenArena rigs are seperated into two different sets due to the way Quake3 is set up, thus not really suitable for other (non-q3) games, however RedEclipse and Xonotic have a Free set (CC-by-SA / GPL) one can use (which aren't perfect though).
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 15 Jan 2012, 03:17

http://opengameart.org/content/low-poly ... ale-female
download first version at OGA; comments welcome.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 17 Mar 2012, 00:52

For Xonotic: Adjusting and updating an old UT2004 model of mine:
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The wireframe around is Xonotics Erebusmesh as reference for rig proportions.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Tranberry » 18 Mar 2012, 18:25

wow, looks nice Julius!
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 01 Apr 2012, 20:31

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Making a UV. Kinda half ass-ed as I am too lazy to properly mirror the UVs :-/
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby qubodup » 28 May 2012, 01:52

I didn't create this but a whole community of contributor did over the years. These are only 20 of 651 public domain blender materials.

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You can find all materials at http://qubodup.wordpress.com/?p=813

I created this backup archive after cleaning up http://freegamedev.net/wiki/Art_asset_resources and realizing that repositories of freely licensed art disappear from time to time.

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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby ctdabomb » 28 May 2012, 02:12

qubodup {l Wrote}:You can find all materials at http://qubodup.wordpress.com/?p=813

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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby qubodup » 28 May 2012, 02:25

ctdabomb {l Wrote}:"page not found"

whoops, fixed!
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby leilei » 28 May 2012, 21:54

can't believe I never posted this [nsfw?] here yet.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 28 May 2012, 22:36

Pretty nice walk animation... boobs don't bounce realistically at all though... or should I rather say "sag"... ahh well maybe it is for the better that they don't.

If I had to nitpic I would say the ears (and the rim of the hat?) should move slightly up and down too, right now they are a bit too static.
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby leilei » 28 May 2012, 23:09

head's still a single-frame head.md3. I've implemented upper.md3 run animations through a lot of cgame/game trial and error torture. i'm getting serious about unstiffing the infamously stiff players game. Another reason for this is that I don't want the flag to hover behind backs anymore, instead I want to hold them in the left hand (Team Arena feature), while at the same time allow the old weapon animations. The method I use is already backwards compatible with models that lack the extra animations. There's also torso jump/fall animations, and the falling also plays when sliding down a slope (especially if it's slick)

the boobs are just extremely cleavaged very packed in, in the typical manga-style fashion (and cliche of game elves anyhow). Unfortunately without shading, it appears like it's fully bare, being cupped from the bottom and the nipples are missing.

I should mention there's two skeletons at work here, and parenting is joining them together in this shot. I try to keyframe ik controller bones only. This is also in Blender 2.62 through a new IQM->MD3 exporting pipeline
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby Julius » 29 May 2012, 13:26

Ahh ok, md3 limitations, I could have seen that ;) No plans to switch to a slightly less outdated format?
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Re: Showcase Thread

Postby leilei » 29 May 2012, 16:20

When there's no alternative format loading for an override in the engine, no format but MD3 is an option right now.

Ideally i'd use MDR, even over IQM. The support for internal LOD meshes has me intrigued with the goal of saving memory in mind.
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