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Post by ClayOgre » Wed Sep 28, 2005 5:24 pm

The basic design is part of a quilt pattern called Texas Star. I was wondering how it would look if you did a dead black floor and then a texture with a gradient from black to some other color from floor level up on the objects. This is the result.

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And the texture used for the objects...

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The diamond shaped objects are larger on top than on the bottom. Makes for some wikkid ricochet patterns for anybody down below...and also above. You can about bounce shots straight up (I know, I got kilt a couple times from such ricochets).
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Post by dartman » Wed Sep 28, 2005 9:19 pm

Eh..what's with you and making Gothic-ish maps? :?

Nice one though. :P

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Post by ClayOgre » Thu Sep 29, 2005 12:26 pm

Well...everybody else pretty much makes standard, garden variety, nice sunny day, out on the grass maps. So I wanted to diverge a bit from the norm.

And no, I don't have black hair, black lipstick, assorted small automobile parts pierced thru various portions of my anatomy, etc. Tho I do have a couple of tattoos, gotten in my misspent youth. I also don't listen to Marylin Manson, Rob Zombie, et al...

I just like stuff that's a bit different...
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