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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 04 Aug 2009, 13:36

I haven't been here in a while, but now that I'm back I've been experimenting with some 3d renders that could be used as textures.
I'm not too fond of this one personally, but it fits in with the snow very well:
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I'm quite proud of this one, another rock tile:
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I also have some new tree textures planned.
If the textures are wanted then I'll gladly upload them.
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by fisk0 » 07 Aug 2009, 16:14

Mysteryem wrote:I haven't been here in a while, but now that I'm back I've been experimenting with some 3d renders that could be used as textures.
I'm not too fond of this one personally, but it fits in with the snow very well:
I'm quite proud of this one, another rock tile:
I also have some new tree textures planned.
If the textures are wanted then I'll gladly upload them.
the ice/snow cliffs looked great, though I think it would fit best in a new arctic/antarctic setting or something.
the rocks looked more like mud or something though, could fit perfectly for some stuff (like dried up river beds or maybe even a mudslide?).
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by zoid » 10 Aug 2009, 22:20

Mysteryem wrote:If the textures are wanted then I'll gladly upload them.
Please do. :)

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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by qubodup » 28 Aug 2009, 22:07

zoid wrote:Please do. :)
seconded! (please consider this thread)

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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by winsrp » 29 Aug 2009, 00:53

me want 2!!!

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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by lav_coyote25 » 29 Aug 2009, 01:47

me 3 :3 xD

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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 29 Aug 2009, 18:18

CC by SA 3.0 for both
Would the orignals with seems have been better since they were made seamless using one of paint shop pro's effects.
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I couldn't find the seamless version so I made the original seamless again.
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 05 Nov 2009, 00:17

I went out and took pictures for possible use as textures (I also nabbed a very nice skybox) whilst I was on holiday. I unfortunately left my camera at my grandparents so I only have the ones from on my brother's camera at the moment.
(published under CC BY SA 3.0) Here is a grassy rock texture (if you want the original and/or if you want to do some better seamless tiling then please ask for the original):
Grassyclifftexture.png
I did some editing with the texpages to make the texture fit in, here's what I ended up with:
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by winsrp » 05 Nov 2009, 00:20

it really looks very good

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Post by milo christiansen » 05 Nov 2009, 21:58

we have rocky mountains so why not grassy mountains too? :)
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Buginator » 08 Nov 2009, 07:36

Mysteryem wrote:I went out and took pictures for possible use as textures (I also nabbed a very nice skybox) whilst I was on holiday. I unfortunately left my camera at my grandparents so I only have the ones from on my brother's camera at the moment.
(published under CC BY SA 3.0) Here is a grassy rock texture (if you want the original and/or if you want to do some better seamless tiling then please ask for the original):
Grassyclifftexture.png
I did some editing with the texpages to make the texture fit in, here's what I ended up with:
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 16 Nov 2009, 10:50

I've made a load of my photos into textures. Published under CC BY SA 3.0 as usual.

http://www.mysterymayhem.co.uk/Mysteryem'stextures.zip

I'll have the original photos uploaded later.
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 30 Nov 2009, 00:24

Alright, a new water texture (again, from one of my pictures)
Now I'm working on a replacement for the urban and rockies sea bed tiles, the second picture has one which I was testing.
page-80-water-1.png
*Update: Image indexed to save lower file size*To use this, replace data\base\texpages\page-80-water-1.png with this new file. (trunk or a nightly with the new terrain is required)
Pictures of it in use:
(It looks better when it's moving IMO)
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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by qubodup » 29 Dec 2009, 08:02

Mysteryem: your texture work is amazing! Can I ask you permission to upload these textues of you to http://opengameart.org/ under cc-by-sa *and* GPL? (some projects prefer GPL, like Nexuiz or Wesnoth as far as I know for example).

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Re: Terrain Textures

Post by Mysteryem » 29 Dec 2009, 13:40

qubodup wrote:Mysteryem: your texture work is amazing! Can I ask you permission to upload these textues of you to http://opengameart.org/ under cc-by-sa *and* GPL? (some projects prefer GPL, like Nexuiz or Wesnoth as far as I know for example).
I'll have a look at that site when I'm back from holiday, I will hopefully be able to upload the original images to http://www.imageafter.com/ or some other website, I'll see how it works when I have the time. (on holiday at the moment :cool: )

And thanks. :)
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