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Zess, Nov 19, 2019
    • kellym0
      curious, the barbed wire texture, seems to be off, too bright. looks great other wise. for barbed wire, id suggest the tinker tank texture, just my personal opinion.

      I like the boxes and crates you used, they look really good too.

      there is a way to use the sand bag texture without making it look like crap, I experimented with the texture, and found, 6 sided shapes, with flat sides, look ok with the sand bag texture.

      I like the stake textures, that wood looks good too. this is very nice, is the weapon and the soldier, attached to the infamous ''Bone_Turret''? if so, that would be extra cool, as he/the weapon would spin around leaving the pipe and the rest of the structure in place.

      the detail in his leg armor alone is ridiculous, if you were super brave, or interested in making ''tiers'' I'd go as far as to suggest adding, more crates, open ones, with lids that reveal perhaps machine guns used by the other foot soldiers, like 2 or 3 rifles, or perhaps another box, of either hand guns, grenades, or both, or maybe a third idea being 3 spare helmets, or some shoulder pads, any thing to show off more of the same guy, just some ideas.

      looks epic, one of the more detailed pieces i've seen in a while.
    • Zess
      Thanks for a very detailed review)
      I will try to answer some questions
      As for the sandbags, I originally used the wall-mounted model of the sandbag from HerrDave.
      Then I made some small bags and inserted them in places with problematic textures, etc., so that everything would not look too flat.
      Yes, this is primitive, but if you can show the option that you spoke about, then I will replace them.

      Yes, of course, the soldier and the gun are attached to the bon-turret, the model was originally conceived with rotating elements.
      I will add more details to the base of the turret.

      Yes, there will be tiers, but I have not yet decided on their order - it all starts with a machine gun on a high weapon mount, which you can see in the gallery.
      Initially, I thought the scheme would be like this :
      T0 - machine gun on a high weapon mount
      T1 - sandbags
      T2 - coaxial machine gun
      T3 - stakes and wire

      But your idea of adding equipment parts, armor and rifles looks cool
      I think this may be T2 / T3.
      So maybe

      T0 - machine gun on a high weapon mount
      T1 - sandbags
      T2 - equipment
      T3 - coaxial machine gun
      T4 - stakes and wire
    • Zess
      I upload new one - with equipment and darker wire
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