Other 3D Art The Specialist's OSP Models - v1.2b Released on 11/14

Specialist

Master Knight
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Okay, here's the laconian. I wasn't able to use the standard method, because I forgot exactly how to curve the handguard, but it still looks alright.



That little crease at the bottom (the pommel/hilt) was a uv-map error. I'll fix it before I release it. :grin:
 

Specialist

Master Knight
WB
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Usually they looked a bit like this:


I mean, it's fine anyway, I can fix it later. I did it with the other sword, and I have no idea how. :razz:
 

Gothic Knight

Marquis
M&BWB
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Oh, that's not that hard to fix. Use edge loops and scaling(literally, I can curve it in a few minutes if you handed me the model).
 

Specialist

Master Knight
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Should be able to get it to you in the next few hours (3 or so). In school, but at lunch, now. Then I have to dig through my 100 wings files to find the one for the laconian. :wink:
 

Gothic Knight

Marquis
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Specialist said:
Usually they looked a bit like this:


I mean, it's fine anyway, I can fix it later. I did it with the other sword, and I have no idea how. :razz:
Well, I fixed the handle and the hilt a little, but the hilt should be flat. You might have to make a new hilt, which I can do later or you can do yourself.
http://www.mediafire.com/?wuappdky5ydu34c
http://www.mediafire.com/?g51anio0ta5gi65
 

Gothic Knight

Marquis
M&BWB
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Well, here's what I came up with.

Also, that scabbard looks a little too unrealistic. *Shrugs* It looks weird.
 

Gothic Knight

Marquis
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Specialist said:
I wasn't doing the scabbard yet anyway. :wink:
Is that what you wanted? I added a few edges to smooth the curve but I think my hilt has as much or as many polies as your old hilt had.
 

Stevon

Knight at Arms
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*bump*
Hey specialist if you're still taking suggestions (and not too busy), a Gallic/Celtic sword would be very nice. We've already got Rath0s doing some shields.
Here are a couple examples:
http://www.bueker-gmbh.de/pics/l/alias3/AH4303-celtic-sword-of-the-hallstatt-culture,-800-till-450-b-c.jpg
http://www.templ.net/pics-weapons/121-celtic_sword/a21bv.jpg
http://www.templ.net/pics-weapons/126-celtic_sword/126-corpus-v.jpg
The hilts:
http://www.templ.net/pics-weapons/126-celtic_sword/126-hilt-v.jpg
http://www.templ.net/pics-weapons/121-celtic_sword/a21av.jpg
And various hilts:
http://farm1.staticflickr.com/170/470902886_8b59e01466_z.jpg?zz=1
Be careful with the last one, its some guy's artwork so don't copy it, but it does give a good idea of the variety of sword hilts possible.
Just PM me if you're interested in doing this (and if you'd like more info), I know you're busy though so its ok if you can't :wink:
 

Stevon

Knight at Arms
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Yeah, I agree the most important thing is maybe a bit more hilt variety (there's hardly going to be a discernible difference between the blades), so if you wouldn't mind just making some new variants of the current swords with different hilts, that would be wonderful (if you can find the time of course, I know you are busy with other mods). :wink:

Also, just out of curiosity, which weapons do you have that are ready to be added? :shock:

Specialist said:
That last link is amazing! And btw, it doesn't matter if I use his artwork as a base...the 3d model is still my intellectual property. :wink:
That's what I thought, but wasn't quite sure. Better to be safe than sorry right? :wink:
 

Marko͘

Section Moderator
WBNWM&BWF&SVC
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Bump, last edit on the OP was 22nd Semptember, we all know it :smile:
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