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Well

Submitted by NFWar & Revilo, Revilo
This bundle is marked as approved. It works and satisfies the submission rules.
Something of a group effort :p

Concept/Texture by NFWar

Model by Revilo

Water by Deolrin

Give credits to NFWar/Deolrin if used
Do not edit without permission from NFWar or Revilo

Keywords:
Well, Water, Village,
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Well (Model)

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18:11, 6th Apr 2012 DonDustin: really cool doodad, I like it
  1. 18:11, 6th Apr 2012
    DonDustin: really cool doodad, I like it
     
  2. Aeroblyctos

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    Well, well. It looks good.
     
  3. wester

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    Well done well. Really well. You should do some buildings in that style.
     
  4. sonofjay

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    Well its really nice but still can be improve, well this is useful so I guess I WELL rate it 5/5
     
  5. AlienAtSystem

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    Is a bit on the poly-heavy side, but looks nice enough to excuse this. The Wrap on the well itself is probably made with planar mapping, which makes it look a bit stretched around the poles, but not noticeably. In comparison to the contrast on the stone texture, the wood seems flat.
    But those are minor issues, overall a nice doodad.
     
  6. Sin'dorei300

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    looks very good and usefull. Also seems to be quite unique as far as i know. But, couldn't you simply add the ingame water skin for an additional lowering of filesize? :wink:
     
  8. Revilo

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    It is the ingame water.
     
  9. Radagast

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    Very cool... and nicely made.
     
  10. Misha

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    that chain doesn't make sense.. why don'tcha add something you can wind it to? and maybe a rope instead? o3o
     
  11. Remixer

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    Found it usefull but it looks too cartoonish to me. Also the wood and stone thing looks quite flat.
     
  12. Gen Bloodhorn

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    cool model of yours +Rep
    and where did you get that wc3 text you used?
     
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    Far as I can see, that iron rod you turn with the handle seems more than capable of winding the chain around itself.

    That said, I like this model. Though, from a terrainers point of view, I'd say the texture on the roof of the well looks a bit, ahh, blurred? At least not as sharp and nice as the brick texture. I'd like to see that attended to, if anything.

    Oh and fuck the polygon haters, we terrainers love them near-to regardless of their count.

    Side note: Now having made that chain for this doodad, you should make that sloping and straight chain that I've been bitching you about for so long :p
     
  14. rcshaggy

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    Would be wonderful to see it in a village or even a small farm.
     
  15. sonofjay

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    True. Higher the quality the better and file size doesn't matter XD.
     
  16. Misha

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    not when the iron rod is just inserted through a chain link, instead being welded on the side
     
  17. NFWar

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    At start, the texture supposed to be 256x256. It had some space and it was too big. I managed to fit it on 256x256 with no free space left, but destroyed some of it quality. Otherwise the texture would be 100-150 kb. I do know what there is a lot of people who are bitching about size, so I tried to keep file size small.
     
  18. InfernalTater

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    It has a nice texture, but the model itself is pretty simple. The wood goes through the bricks of the well, which is pretty odd. I think that this could have been made just as good with in-game textures.
     
  19. Keiji

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    Fuck size - Work for quality, not quantity.


    I am incapable of seeing anything that is not fallible about this statement, the chain is stuck to the rod that can be twisted, hence it will wind around it.
    - It's only logical, as per illustrated in my magnificent artwork.
     

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