Model [Request] Drilling platform

Discussion in 'Models & Textures' started by Vigilante212, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. Vigilante212

    Vigilante212 L7: Fancy Member

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    Can anyone make me a drilling platform with a base dimension 464 units by 496 units that looks something like the picture I attached aprox 700 units high. I dont want the extra support off the side though just the 4 posts going up and add a wheel like some of valves mining props use at the top. The standard valve wood prop textures would be great with it.
     
  2. Rexy

    aa Rexy The Kwisatz Haderach

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    If the request isn't filled in 2 weeks (after my trip), I'll gladly do it. But I'm running out of time atm.

    A few Q...Is this a detail model? Will players move around or inside of it? Is it associated with gameplay, or is this a skybox model?
     
  3. Vigilante212

    Vigilante212 L7: Fancy Member

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    It will sit above the final cap point where the explosion will be so yes people will be moving in and around it. I didnt even think of that when I posted :)
     
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  4. Dr. Spud

    aa Dr. Spud Grossly Incandescent

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    Wouldn't it be easier to use brushes? A model that big would basically function the same as a func_detail, except with lighting issues.
     
  5. Owlruler

    Owlruler L12: Fabulous Member

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    Also, if it's made of brushes, then you could make it so that when the cp explodes, parts of it could go flying everywhere
     
  6. Vigilante212

    Vigilante212 L7: Fancy Member

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    I have one made from brushes now although it looks a bit odd lol.
     
  7. SiniStarR

    SiniStarR L8: Fancy Shmancy Member

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    i would take a shot at it but, my laptop is going in for repair so I wouldn't have the opportunity, sorry :(. Although to be honest if you wanted to teach yourself the design is rather basic.