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Author:  CZghost [ 01-24-2017 01:35 PM ]
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I have my Dpx full :( :D :D Should do cleanup :D :D

Author:  Bacon [ 03-22-2017 08:43 AM ]
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Author:  Eraser [ 03-23-2017 01:39 AM ]
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Nintendo is calling. They want their IP back :p

Author:  Bacon [ 03-25-2017 05:55 PM ]
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Monolith soft too :)

Author:  KangaRufus [ 04-16-2017 02:13 PM ]
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The last time I made a Q3A map was in 2002. I've started up again lately. Here's my alpha. I'd love some feedback:



Thread: https://www.quake3world.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=53233&sid=01a774665f5444a08e3f2e4f9c331d51

Author:  fKd [ 04-20-2017 07:50 PM ]
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Messing around at work... kinda fun open map so far. Been playing a bit of QL and thought i'd make a CA map on my down time at work.








Heres a link if ya feel like a look. I'll make a full post when there is a bit more to look at.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/chk4auvtizpa8mu/work2.pk3?dl=0

Author:  KangaRufus [ 04-21-2017 08:30 AM ]
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Wow! Such lovely clean lines! I'll be downloading for inspiration! Beautiful map!

Author:  Gargamel9000 [ 04-24-2017 07:35 AM ]
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Yeah looks kewl fKd!
I re-worked some areas and started the player&bot clipping, i just want to get this damn thing done... its about time. :(


Author:  CZghost [ 05-06-2017 06:37 AM ]
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I finally managed the Camaro model texture working! Though there is some unspecific UV mapping error, which occured lastly after some time (it wasn't originally). Maybe my Windows? So I need to repair that one before the model actually can be distributed. This is what it looks like in game:










Where I got with noclip inside the model, you can clearly see the mirrors are weirdly stretched. I also managed to shoot the bottom of the car, though it's the part that doesn't get to normally rendered unless the player is able to get under the model. I consider removing the underneath part if you don't want to put it somewhere player could see the bottom...

Author:  obsidian [ 05-06-2017 07:46 PM ]
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Take a look at some of the model shaders that come with the game. They use vertex lighting in the shader. You'll want to add that to the shader file because right now it's rendered full bright. Looks good though.

Author:  CZghost [ 05-07-2017 01:30 AM ]
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It's not final version, I need to repair that mirror bug, but I totally forgot that models need to be lighted slightly different than brushes/patches, though. Thank you. Actually, I used to see models use rgbGen lightingDiffuse (rather than vertex, used for sprites) Actually, that full-bright might be caused also by shader using surface light. Maybe try to remove the surface light and force mappers to use regular entity lights with color selection matching the lights? Making it spotlights and adding flares? And what to do with the bottom face of the car (the mechanical part underneath). In most cases players won't see this surfaces, but when placed somewhere in mechanical engineering workplace (car repair service), the player could actually run underneath. Make two versions of it? One for garage placement, without bottom face, the other with the bottom face for the repair workplace?

I'll make another topic for the model development suggestions, there you could posts suggestions for further model improvements. First version will have the UV mapping bug repaired and shader improved to better placement in maps. Model scale will be altered to match player size (intended to be model of real car 1:1) and of course to better fit in Radiant grid...

Author:  Gargamel9000 [ 05-10-2017 12:10 AM ]
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good job man, looks cool!

Author:  CZghost [ 05-10-2017 02:18 AM ]
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Well, it's just texturing job, I only added mirrors to make it look more realistic, but the actual modelling job is done by Karan Shah. Website pages (part 1 and 2 of tutorial) are below. Downloaded model is from Part 1. The model is in Blender format originally, distributed will be as ASE model (exported)...

Part 1:
http://cgi.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creat ... -cms-21730

Part 2:
http://cgi.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creat ... -cms-21749

Author:  Pat Howard [ 05-15-2017 05:38 PM ]
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@fKd: that looks cool. i ran around a bit and the bouncers work really well. one thing that jumped out at me was the RA and YA that are just in kind of L-shaped hallways that could be expanded to have more interesting battles around them. glad to see you are still making stuff for quake. you inspired me to get back to work on a half-finished layout i have been procrastinating on!

Author:  fKd [ 05-17-2017 12:53 PM ]
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Thats awesome news Pat, looking forward to having a look!

Author:  eukara [ 08-07-2017 11:07 PM ]
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Author:  CZghost [ 08-28-2017 04:40 AM ]
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So I ran quick testing compile of my map Schöna (czq3dm1). Caulk hull was temporarily textured to prevent massive HOM effect to appear, you can clearly see it's still lacking huge amount of detail. But you can view the general idea on how the map may look like:




There's a placeholder for the crane currently, this will be changed later by crane brushwork model...

Additional screenshots to view (if you like):









Author:  Fjoggs [ 09-03-2017 02:58 PM ]
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Been slowly working on a new (and hopefully the last) beta for tourney6.

Figured I'd post a screenshot here like the old days. Might be a bit dark, this was just a quick compile.


Author:  Bacon [ 10-14-2017 05:32 AM ]
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Not really a screenshot but whatever. Motion capture applied to Quake III models. Pretty cool, but the resulting filesize of the MD3 is about 80 megabytes, totaling about 5000 frames of animation for the whole thing. I was suprised the game can even handle it.

Author:  Hipshot [ 10-23-2017 12:12 PM ]
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I posted this before, a long time ago, but I decided to work more on it and now it looks and works like this.

It was suppose to be a space themed level, but I will apply the japanese theme I made to this level instead =)




Author:  Pat Howard [ 10-26-2017 10:55 AM ]
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stoked that you are still working on the japanese theme. i can definitely see it being applied to this layout.

Author:  cityy [ 10-26-2017 09:44 PM ]
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Hipshot wrote:
I decided to work more on it


You sure you didn't just slip onto the wrong icon on your taskbar? :owned:

Author:  Hipshot [ 10-31-2017 01:09 AM ]
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Ah haha, almost Cityy =D

@ Pat, well, I started Rustgrad in 2009 I think and released it 2014, so I suppose it can take a while.


Author:  v1l3 [ 10-31-2017 10:39 AM ]
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I hyped up, Hipshot's, work on the Quake's Discord channel in the past to, Sponge, and he laughed, and then two days after that I was then removed from the Quake Champion's Steam group and banned from it...

I wait to see someone make a better map than Rustgrad...for FREE! :paranoid:

Author:  Pat Howard [ 10-31-2017 10:55 AM ]
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@hipshot: are you going for a grungier look? :( i think i liked the initial more colorful building concepts better.

Author:  Hipshot [ 11-01-2017 06:38 AM ]
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Pat Howard wrote:
@hipshot: are you going for a grungier look? :( i think i liked the initial more colorful building concepts better.


Not really, this is just another style that will be mixed in on some places. And there will be inside areas in between. There will be a few different inside styles too. But I need to work on getting that red/white style up again on the large middle area of the level.

Author:  Obsessed [ 11-20-2017 02:14 AM ]
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v1l3 wrote:
I wait to see someone make a better map than Rustgrad...

it is very difficult for me to imagine.

Hipshot wrote:
I started Rustgrad in 2009 I think and released it 2014

:ducky: :dork: :eek:

P.S. "japanese theme" sounds very promising.

Author:  dONKEY [ 02-07-2018 12:15 AM ]
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Hipshot, looks cool already.
I quit smoking recently, so I’ve been mapping again to distract myself.
This is kind of part three of a trilogy using the same concrete textures.
I’ve actually done quite a bit more than this editor shot shows. But it’s enough to get the feel I think.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qvzptipylh9h6lc/blocks.jpg?dl=0

Hmm I just realised I can’t recall how link Dropbox images....

Author:  Dirge Inferno [ 03-16-2018 09:26 AM ]
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WIP

Author:  Obsessed [ 03-19-2018 03:03 AM ]
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@Dirge Inferno, nice theme. :) I'd add some Indian symbols, textures with images of elephants, etc. Or even their statues. ;)

Author:  Dirge Inferno [ 03-19-2018 11:57 PM ]
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Ty.

Author:  CZghost [ 03-31-2018 04:54 AM ]
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Dirge Inferno wrote:




WIP

Haven't been there for a while, had little free time :) That looks very impressive. Well done :)

Author:  dONKEY [ 05-09-2018 07:24 PM ]
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Some new stuff from me. Part 3 of a trilogy.



Author:  Obsessed [ 05-10-2018 01:25 AM ]
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@ dONKEY, everything is fine, but would you like to add some colours? brown, maybe? for example: a section of the wall where the tiles fell off and there is a brownish background. or some kind of beige fog, the color of which fits well with the green?

Author:  dONKEY [ 05-10-2018 04:16 AM ]
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Thanks. I think you’re right. I hadn’t thought about fog, good idea.

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