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Antiquity LSP 3D Art Roman Era Buildings - Now with walls

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Jaakko

Marquis
M&BWB
Gotta love Greeks and their symmetrical buildings  :lol:
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Jaakko

Marquis
M&BWB
Worked on it today bit. Roofs have still to see some love.

Tomorrow I'll probably make Doric columns instead of current Ionic.

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And then interior  :smile:
 

EFREM

Knight
WBVC
if these can be useful to you:

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il-problema-del-conflitto-angolare-e-le-sue-soluzioni-elaborazione-grafica-da-g-rocco-1994.jpg

elaborazione-grafica-di-rocco-2003-lordine-ionico.jpg

base-ionica-attica-asiatica-samia-elaborazione-grafica-da-g-rocco-2003.jpg

capitello-ionico-a-volute-elaborazione-grafica-da-g-rocco-2003.jpg

Temple of Olympia
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temples planimetry:

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the beauty:
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Here are some Gaulish buildings I'd love to see (if possible, of course).

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Some building reconstructions
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The gates of an oppidum with some longhouses in the background (each longhouse appears to have a storehouse).
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Rich Gallic town centre for farming town.
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A typical Gaulish city centre (could be used as the ''castle'' for a Gaulish city in game).
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Design of Gaulish longhouse.
http://www.geo.de/GEO/info/newsletter/abo/die-kelten-auf-den-spuren-eines-raetselhaften-volkes-67307.html?t=img&p=1#content This site has some images of 3d recontructions of the Oppidum of Manching.
 
EFREM said:
-circular huts for the celts;

-I could bother you till the world ends :lol:

IMO I can ask this because of your indisputable talent, NUFF said!

Circular Celtic huts were only in Britain by 300 BC AFAIK.
 

ElPadrino

Sergeant Knight at Arms
I went to Roma last year and Triumph Arch were awesome.
Maybe you can try do do one ?

arch_of_caracalla_at_djemila.jpg


Arch_of_titus_2.jpg


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But your work is really near of the reality  :wink:
 

EFREM

Knight
WBVC
Germanic Celt said:
EFREM said:
-circular huts for the celts;

-I could bother you till the world ends :lol:

IMO I can ask this because of your indisputable talent, NUFF said!

Circular Celtic huts were only in Britain by 300 BC AFAIK.

actually circular huts were very common everywhere, because the costruction is very primitive and made with poor materials.
however in my preview post I referred to the Liguri, a celtic population of italy. they used not only wooden poles, pretty rare in this region, but also boughs and dry walls. they were extremely poor because the Liguria region is really steep into the Tirrenian sea and they used the terracing system since the origin of days.

ElPadrino said:
I went to Roma last year and Triumph Arch were awesome.
Maybe you can try do do one ?

arch_of_caracalla_at_djemila.jpg


Arch_of_titus_2.jpg


arch.jpg


www.digilibraries.com@29759@29759-h@images@acec157.jpg

But your work is really near of the reality  :wink:

for me Jaakko can make it, of course he can! :grin:
 
EFREM said:
Germanic Celt said:
EFREM said:
-circular huts for the celts;

-I could bother you till the world ends :lol:

IMO I can ask this because of your indisputable talent, NUFF said!

Circular Celtic huts were only in Britain by 300 BC AFAIK.

actually circular huts were very common everywhere, because the costruction is very primitive and made with poor materials.
however in my preview post I referred to the Liguri, a celtic population of italy. they used not only wooden poles, pretty rare in this region, but also boughs and dry walls. they were extremely poor because the Liguria region is really steep into the Tirrenian sea and they used the terracing system since the origin of days.

ElPadrino said:
I went to Roma last year and Triumph Arch were awesome.
Maybe you can try do do one ?

arch_of_caracalla_at_djemila.jpg


Arch_of_titus_2.jpg


arch.jpg


www.digilibraries.com@29759@29759-h@images@acec157.jpg

But your work is really near of the reality  :wink:

for me Jaakko can make it, of course he can! :grin:

They became much less common in Gaul by ca. 400 BC. They'd probably only be seen in small villages and towns. Cities had mostly longhouses with a lot having plank roofs, in other words, he could make it as a village prop!  :grin: 
 
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