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
Just found out about diffusion
up to you but you have more freedom in scenebuilding and can create your very own environment
Considering uploading the models in a pack?
They are one my workshop (https://steamcommunity.com/id/Nielsquake/myworkshopfiles/). I'll make them into a pack when I finish some more scans
Here's another scan
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