Discussion in 'Mapping Questions & Discussion' started by Arhurt, Aug 28, 2008.
And then suddenly, the payload becomes a boat.
No, you need to be pushing the cart with enough force for it to jump the gap.
Maybe it's the final point?
It's right before the second point.
I am back from the dead.
What in the world is that.
It's a giant plug :O
You should really find a way to incorporate this into your map, Wimples:
My PLR map for the 7th competition. Alpha 1 (Blu track isn't done yet) and I'm afraid it's too open/ nightmare to optimize.
The start for cart and feeling it's way too cramped and spammable.
Oh you're using THAT idea.
Possible changes to wetstone, although changes look significant enough to warrant a new map name entirely. *shrug*
Not yet ready to make a thread yet, but enough's done to justify hammer-shots all over the place.
This elevator is completely unimportant, by the way. Its just interesting decoration for a otherwise dull sort of staircase.
Because it wouldn't be a LeSwordfish map without a super-big control room.
About 2/3 done
I thought I posted this in here days ago!
TO DO: Add lens flare around the sun (possible?).
The map actually orbits the Earth, too! Or does the Earth orbit the map? It shall remain a mystery.
(The Earth orbits around the map. Screw Copernicus; it's impossible to make the sky_camera parented to anything.)
Contest map WIP
I hope not, never do a lense flare. Especially if it's that shoddy photoshop filter one.
Is it just me or are all of those really skewed?
@Sel, you make me want to model.
@Mr. Late, looks like a great start.
@English Mobster. DON'T MAKE ME FREAKING ANGRY BY POSTING INACCURATE PHOTO'S OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM... No lens flare.
I'd like TF2 to render the lens flare, if at all possible. This project is becoming more ambitious than I'd hoped.
But Frozen, the Earth is to scale with the moon! And nothing else! Because I learned when first attempting to make this to scale that space is HUGE and that any attempt to scale it to proper levels would lead to a massive 3D skybox. It's already the width of the actual map to accommodate the Earth's orbit.
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