I need some worn prison wall mounted benches for the upcoming adventure Heart Of The Gods – Part III and I didn’t have any, and I might need it both for top down map views, but also for a 3D handout view.
The Grey River bridge is coming along nicely, I really think this one is a great little project. Last time we made some windows.
We’re in the midsts of creating a 3D replica of the Grey River Bridge, spamming the Grey River East of the town Irdukk. Last time we finished modeling the toll house on the bridge, and today we”re gonna complete that little building with textures and all.
As you probably know I’m making a 3D model of a bridge that I have in an upcoming adventure. This is no spoiler, you cant miss the bridge unless your character is blind and in that case it will probably be dead already anyway.
One thing I felt I needed was a tin hat or tommy helmet, the traditional British WWII helmet. So instead of buying one, I decided to make one.
I admit, I got one when I bought that great Webley that Nurse Ann has, but that is another story.
One thing I haven’t made yet as a prop for map making are pallets. Mostly because pallets are not very common in a fantasy world, but now when I also make some modern things, I thought that they would be perfect items to create.
I am still working on the Egyptian market, but I found a new really cool bark filter by Aurum, and decided to take a shot at logs again.
I warn you that this episode is a little unstructured as I was pretty unstructured when I did the stuff, and I made a lot of mistakes or followed some bad lines of development before I came where I ended up.
So, are you all eager to see the coach soon? So am I, but I still have some items to create first.
We will continue making items that I need for the coach today. Having gazillion items for any fantasy setting doesn’t really help now, so it is biting the grass, get dirty and create.
So, I’ve been using the quills made by Supercaptain a lot for my merchant desks, so I just stumbled upon a nice feather picture at CGTextures, and though, I could make some new quills.