Started by Jmouse, September 13, 2012, 07:00:18 PM
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Quote from: Aaron Graham on September 13, 2012, 07:09:26 PMLovey creations, I love the texture work. Keep it up.
Quote from: threestooges on September 13, 2012, 09:07:34 PMAwesome! Greenacre has a Jmouse original! I like the re-texture, and I'm glad Vester could clear out some polys. That'll lead to faster renders, less chance of problems down the road when increasing the complexity of the model, and will probably result in a more streamlined project.Great to see these things outside the MouseWorks. Lockheed, eat your heart out.-Matt
Quote from: Flatron on September 14, 2012, 02:29:21 AMNow that's nice! Makes we want to say sth. like :"I go aspen!"
Quote from: FrankU on September 14, 2012, 02:54:57 AMHmmm, these sure are loghomes! Looking good Joan!
Quote from: Shark7 on September 14, 2012, 08:45:30 AMNice Lodge and cabins.And absolutely nothing wrong with rustic...so much more appealing than a concrete jungle.
Quote from: art128 on September 14, 2012, 08:51:21 AMBeautiful work on the lodge and cabins, Joan! The cabin replacement is really really nice! Love the work with each lodges, like how it's done IRL. Just don't really like the base wood texture (white and grey) but still looking quite good!
Quote from: noahclem on September 14, 2012, 09:57:27 AMLooks a lot like I remember it--which is a beautifully crafted, niche BAT that I would love to find a place for I'm so glad to see these outside of our "dark and silent" private hangout The log by log methodology you've used to craft your BATs and the excellent textures bear witness to time and care put into these little treasures. Looking forward to seeing a bit more here
Quote from: Jack_wilds on September 14, 2012, 01:07:44 PMall that work and the rough hewn look and the aged appearance AND national park ready ...its all just too luvly... good stuff for a lake side camp place and what do U have for the 'specialized' line of work what demand/service do they provide the sims?... U have roused my mousy curiosity
Quote from: threestooges on September 15, 2012, 10:45:15 PMI like they mobile homes. The one thing I would suggest for them is that, while I like the texture on the side and the texture on the roof, they don't work together that well. If the roof is that dirty, the sides of the homes should be a bit grey as well from dust and dirt. If you want the factory-fresh look like the siding has, I'd say tone down the roof dirt a bit. Looking good though.-Matt
Quote from: Girafe on September 16, 2012, 01:51:12 AMIt's a really good job Joan
Quote from: nbvc on September 16, 2012, 02:22:37 AMGreat BATs. I agree with threestooges, the texture of the walls are to clean compared with the roof.
Quote from: nedalezz on September 16, 2012, 02:55:07 AMThat is a beautiful BAT, in its own right!No, its not flashy and its not elegant, but it is beautiful
Quote from: noahclem on September 16, 2012, 07:35:08 AMAs you know, I love these trailers in particular Quote from: threestooges on September 15, 2012, 10:45:15 PMI like they mobile homes. The one thing I would suggest for them is that, while I like the texture on the side and the texture on the roof, they don't work together that well. If the roof is that dirty, the sides of the homes should be a bit grey as well from dust and dirt. If you want the factory-fresh look like the siding has, I'd say tone down the roof dirt a bit. Looking good though.-MattNot to pick on Matt but I wanted to comment on his suggestion. Since it is much easier for leaves, rust, and dirt to gather on a roof and people maybe more likely to clean their walls, which neighbors can more easily see, a pretty dirty roof with fairly clean walls isn't necessarily weird. That being said a little dirtier texture on the sides could be nice.About the nightlighting: as I may have mentioned before I hope you'll do Darknight renders of these. It's hard to guess a number of how many people are using Darknight these days but I'd say among MDers at SC4D that post night pictures it's a pretty strong majority. You'd have to ask someone more knowledgeable than i about the work required for that but I get the impression it's not too big of a deal.The second building is looking excellent and it seems you've brought the same level of detail to the project. Great work As for your question about whether you'll ever create something simple that's not part of a set--I suppose anything is hypothetically possible
Quote from: Shark7 on September 16, 2012, 08:42:10 AMAgain, nice buildings.On the trashy trailers, you only need to put about 6 vehicles up on blocks on the lots to really complete the look. That seems to be a running theme in run down trailer parks. And I see you spent time in my home state, that probably explains why we agree on the rustic vs concrete thing. Also, the run down shack...the town I live in has many of those too, though it is due to a lack of money to demolish them as opposed to actually wanting to preserve them.
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