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Posted at: 2021-03-24, 14:10

They all seem fine to me; try opening the image itself in a new tab.

And if that doesn't work, let me know which one.


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Posted at: 2021-03-24, 14:20

Opening it in a new tab gives me a 404

Edited: 2021-03-24, 14:21

Attachment: bar-barracks.jpg (211.1 KB)

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Posted at: 2021-03-24, 20:45

Ah. Try this:


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Posted at: 2021-03-24, 21:34

Thanks, PR is up: https://github.com/widelands/widelands/pull/4785

And thanks for your great work face-smile.png


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Posted at: 2021-03-26, 17:16

Alex, I'll take Render Opinions for $400.



Yes, I realize I haven't added any stone or roof parts; ideas are welcome.


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Posted at: 2021-03-29, 18:01

for the stone part a half layed floor would suffice I think


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Posted at: 2021-04-05, 20:59

I apologize for the delay; I've been sidetracked by other projects.



I tried making both a bag of reeds and a pile of reeds, but they both looked bad; ditto for spare stone. I guess we'll do without them.

And, as always, giving comments is an excellent idea.


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Posted at: 2021-04-06, 18:04

The ground inside the construction site looks a bit like marble, not used by barbarians. Maybe better use some stone-gray color and adding some joints? Something like this

The floor layer in this image has problems to get out after finishing his work face-grin.png


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Posted at: 2021-04-12, 19:55

Keep in mind this is the same pattern used for the barbarians' tower; it's just shrunk somewhat. In all honesty, your suggestion looks to me more like marble than what we have now. In addition, if I used a different material for the floor I'd have to redo all the images for the completed version.

As for the floor layer getting out I can try rotating the logpile some more and move the roof turf to the other side of the path.

Edited: 2021-04-12, 19:55

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Posted at: 2021-04-12, 21:00

DragonAtma wrote:

Keep in mind this is the same pattern used for the barbarians' tower; it's just shrunk somewhat.

Ok, didn't know that. Nevertheless it looks wrong to me. Maybe because at the tower it looks more like grout, not granite.

In all honesty, your suggestion looks to me more like marble than what we have now.

As a stonemason i can say: Marble has mostly a cloudy texture whereas the texture of granite is sometimes called "salt & pepper", a granulary texture. They look different because granite and marble have a different genesis: Granite is a product of vulcanic activities, whereas marble was formely a limestone which itself is a product of the sea.


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