This is what gm_construct looked like after not playing it for two years. Poor map
This is really, really boss. Reminds me of that GM_Construct replica I built on Flatgrass years ago.
i prefer the more vibrant version. good use of props though. maybe i’m out of touch with gmod but i don’t recognise a lot of the flora which made this quite refreshing for me, rather than that old ep2 grass effect i was expecting
thanks. most of the foliage is from portal 2.
good use of props! funny, Im currently working on a gm_construct based screenshot, too
Yeah, the more colorful one is definitely better. I like it, it’s really good.
Scenebuilds … sigh … something i really suck at.
So it’s nice to see some good ones.
Now we need a map version.
For a second I thought it was a map, which was why I was confused as to why it was in the Screenshots Section. Very well done.
i’d totally make a map like this if i wasn’t a terrible mapper
Could you link me to it ? Cause i dont have the option to turn on Portal 2 props n such on gmod for some reason
I like how you did the door’s concrete being broken. But the proportion of it is a bit off - see, if the concrete weren’t broken then the top would extend past the door a bit.
Not that I blame you for that, this was pretty clever in general. Quite pretty.
I say that maybe someone standing there, looking at it might be a bit better.
just search “Portal 2” on garrysmod.org. if you look around you’ll find a full portal 2 model pack.
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i know what you mean but e.g. a citizen standing there would kind of ruin the look of it tbh.
This the one you mean ?
in that link is also a link to the FP thread where you will find a download link to the model pack
You should have put an NCR Ranger in there and made the picture brown for maximum abandoned-ness.
A gasmask-wearing opportunist with a Kalashnikov would have been even better.
I made me to enjoy the nature of gm_construct. It’s really lovely.
Thank you for the new wallpaper.
I request this be expanded into it’s own playable map.