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Coral Tree

Submitted by waveseeker
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This is a quick model i made based off of the sunken ruins tree. (curse the old UV wrap) it uses in-game textures, and if anyone wants it in another color of coral, just ask. :]

(will also work as a burnt tree i guess)

This is my first model, sorta, so, let me know what you think!

(picture credits! Bubbles by WherewolfTherewolf)

Keywords:
Coral, Tree, water, lumber, under, the sea, rocks, reef, harvest,
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Coral Tree (Model)

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23:16, 9th Apr 2011 anarchianbedlam: Its well done for what it is. simple but useful.
  1. 23:16, 9th Apr 2011
    anarchianbedlam: Its well done for what it is. simple but useful.
     
  2. A Void

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    first to comment!
    Well good in under-water maps or cinametics!
     
  3. Alagremm

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    Intriguing, intriguing... very interesting, fitting for futuristic maps as well.

    But I recommend that you make them more similar to the coral trees of Xil, from Starcraft II:
    Click me
    [​IMG]
     
  4. Steamer

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    I dont know if its just me or what, but i think (from the snapshot) that the bubbles are far to large. Doesnt look very realistic. And the coral trees should be a tid bit thicker than normal trees. But all in all very good job. 4/5
     
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    Just in case Steamer, bubbles arent part of the model. But I agree on the thicker part, just as I suggested myself
     
  6. Steamer

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    Ah ok, well thank you for clearing that up alagremm =) I wouldve checked it myself. But i dont have a computer anymore...i go to our local library now. My wife through my laptop in a lake lol.
     
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    She did wha? o_O
     
  8. waveseeker

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    [off-topic] Owch man, that's tough. [/off-topic]
    i hope this gets approvelized...
     
  9. Orcnet

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    Useful trees are really useful, good job!
     
  10. Animalpower

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    They aren't plants, they are animals. And a animal is not lumber. A kelp or something would be lumber.
     
  11. xDeathKnightx

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    Could be useful for terrainers.
     
  12. Maximum_Evil

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    Could be useful in underwater maps like in the screenie,

    btw that map looks cool
     
  13. waveseeker

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    yes, kelp would be nice, i am thinking of working on that, but then again, kelp isn't lumber either.

    you CAN make things out of coral, it's hard and sharp, nice for weapons, and can be used as buildings. this is a NAGA tree (or to be used underwater by whatever) a Kelp is not lumber, but can be used in ways that lumber can (sort of). so in the end, the player would change "lumber" to "Coral" or whatever.
     
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    Say what :S?
    Do you think WC3 is realistic with big ogres, taurens and flesh eating undeads anyway ? :S
     
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    I think if in WCIII giant mushrooms can be used as wood... corals dont seem that awkward really.
     
  16. dragonade311

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    uhmm guys?how to make an underwater style area?
     
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    You make a light blue fog of high density on the map using Map Options, add some bubbles, rocks, corals and I suggest Sellenisko's Vash'jir corals and of course with the Sunken Ruins doodads
     
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    ahhh,but Alagremm how to seperate ex. half of the map is underwater and the another half of it is sunny
     
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    Oh, well thats a problem. Then you have to use triggers that set the fog when you are in a certain area. Cannot help you here