|#1arghisAug 27, 2006 10:15:59||Hello all|
Mainly for your curiosity, i post here the link to the result of a long work (that some of yo uwill already have seen if they were on Mystara ML), made with Civilization 3 editor for a Mystara Mod, work which was never finished for various reasons like a crash disk who destroyed all my datas ..., the tools at my disposal, the time needed, ...) and that i shall try to do again thanx to the new World editor provided with Civilization 4.
Many graphics were modified (took from other mods or sometimes created by myself when needed, like the icebergs for instance), but all in all Civ 3 editor was not handy for many aspects like the diversity that one can expect while "painting" a world (cf. the poor result of Vulture peninsula), or simply exporting the result ... (all images are some kind of ingame screenshots in fact).
All these was made based on canon materials of course but also thanks to the beautiful work of Geoff Gander.
I'm confident that the new Civilization world editor, even if limited, will allow of course for better results.
See you later
N.B. : i just found that the url redirection doesn't work because of the "&" in the url, so you'll have to copy and paste the url it seems ...
|#2arghisAug 27, 2006 10:47:48||Amongst the few things that i've retrieved on the various maps i was working on, here is an example of a Know World map (where i was trying for instance to make some kind of broken lands). |
|#3agathoklesAug 27, 2006 12:55:23||Even though the editor certainly has limitations, the result is still enjoyable.|
|#4havardAug 27, 2006 15:27:11|
Even though the editor certainly has limitations, the result is still enjoyable.
I agree with Agathokles, very nice!
Seeing Mystara in this 3D-ish perspective is interesting...
|#5zombiegleemaxAug 28, 2006 17:09:58||Arghis, that map is interesting and fun to look at. Thanks for sharing it. |