"Want To Post A Picture But Don't Want To Make A Thread" - Thread V8: (x1 Coin)
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This is some concept art I quickly threw together in an hour or so, I'm just testing out effects and such, I'm planning to do some GMod style scenes essentially taking place on a scenebuilded version of gm_construct where players are messing around, like we all did when new to Garry's Mod:
https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/114356/9680ee30-f79a-4a80-94fa-118ea266d61c/hl2 2018-07-18 15-24-27-46.bmp
https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/114356/ac3aaa57-4a17-4eec-88b5-91c309518a34/Übermenschen - 1940, Ipswich.png
I'd like to take this opportunity to say both thank god for prop-lock and that this posing took ages simply because I couldn't decide on what lighting was best; in the end, I went with a fairly basic choice that I think worked. This like the one before it is for a little project I'm dabbling on, nothing at all fancy, but I quite like how this came out - both in Gmod and in GIMP.
he is magic man
im go shoot u k
https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/114356/3e1bbfe5-dbd7-4e2f-896e-9ed8546fba43/Hunter - 1940, Ipswich.png
Been playing a bit of "A Very British Civil War" and quite liked the idea of doing some posing for it - all the guns I can find, however, are shiny as hell. If anyone's got any links to any decent WWII or interwar weapon packs - preferably ones that store Lee Enfields and the like - please do give 'em to me, I could always use them.
Mind if I ask what model pack you used for those weapons?
They are from "Arms of the old world" pack
Well the MG 34 is from the Red Orchestra 2 German faction pack,it is the only workshop item that has it. The MP40 and maybe,the Karabiner 98k(i am not sure) are from Moon´s COD WW2 weapons pack. I will leave the links in order.
Indeed, I've forgotten for the MP40 and I didn't remember what addon it was for the MG34 - but the Karabiner are from AOTOW .
AOTOW? What is that?
What models did you use for the sand?
https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/132587/8db93fdb-2f6b-449a-8280-097b29fc7b72/Power Armor in forest.jpg
my fav amor <3
Wanted to practice a bit, then decided to actually make a poster. But then got bored to shit with lighting, so here, shiny ground.
When you guys are doing scenebuilds, do you just use multiple lamps to light a large scene with (like sunlight)? My lighting always feels incomplete or patchy when I try using multiple lamps, but one big lamp doesn't seem work either. I'd like to try a vista scene or something, but I feeling like I'm missing something in my technique.
Scene scale is a big limiting factor because of this issue. When it comes to larger scenes I tend to just have the projection box real big, but that sacrifices some shadow quality because of the higher FOVs
Did some 3d scan thingy when I was in Petra in jordan so now I got this real ancient temple
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