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veljko
12-24-2003, 01:11 AM
Here is a pic I made after playing "call of duty"

Allways loved thoes SSSR stars-:)

hope you like it!

MorituriMax
12-24-2003, 01:31 AM
Oh yeah, I do like it!

Very nifty...

riki
12-24-2003, 03:55 AM
Looks good, the fabric is nice as well.

smok3
12-24-2003, 05:19 AM
amazing, how was the metal done, the golden texture i mean?

Zarathustra
12-24-2003, 02:07 PM
Nice. What does "SSSR" stand for? I've seen USSR and CCCP, but never SSSR.

Lewis
12-24-2003, 02:41 PM
Originally posted by Zarathustra
Nice. What does "SSSR" stand for? I've seen USSR and CCCP, but never SSSR.

Hehe - didi you maybe tryed to "translate" cyrilic to latin ?

CCCP = SSSR whn you translate cyrilic to Latin ;).

BTW great image veljko

penny1
12-24-2003, 07:57 PM
yeh i like it
rus!!

MorituriMax
12-24-2003, 08:48 PM
SSSR=Soviet Socialist States of Russia?

8 )

SODAPLAY
12-25-2003, 12:51 AM
CCCP!!! LENIN!!! STALIN!!! FOREVA!!!

hehe

- SODA

veljko
12-25-2003, 07:16 AM
Hi!
Thanx for all the replies

@smok3- Ive made the gold metal with wierd bumpmaps, diffuse, specmaps and reflection images

I can e-mail you the surface but i think it will not work well implemented to other objects

Basicly the texture was done by making a good bumpmap, and the using it for the diffuse and specualrity asswell- that way you get the upper parts of the bumps more shinier and reflective while the bottom parts of the bumps get that dirty look with low reflections and darker diffuse..
You put on that a good reflection map and put in the colour chanell a gradient that will aditionaly colour the bumps (gradient is based on the bump aswell) an voila:)

@Zarathustra-
I am sorry if i confused you, I used the croatian acronym for CCCP

@Penny&lewis- Glad you like it!

TyVole
12-25-2003, 07:29 AM
I'm having a flashback to those Soviet-era Russian language tapes when the rolled the S's in "SSSR."

smok3
12-26-2003, 02:51 AM
Originally posted by veljko
Basicly the texture was done by making a good bumpmap, and the using it for the diffuse and specualrity asswell- that way you get the upper parts of the bumps more shinier and reflective while the bottom parts of the bumps get that dirty look with low reflections and darker diffuse..
You put on that a good reflection map and put in the colour chanell a gradient that will aditionaly colour the bumps (gradient is based on the bump aswell) an voila:) tnx for the explanation,
( maybe if i read that about 20 times, i will even understand ;) )

xtrm3d
12-26-2003, 03:27 AM
nice ..
i saw a lot of them back in the 90 in my army time..

i really like the subtle dof ..
the only thing that could need some work in my very humble opinion..is the fabric of teh cloth..

Neuroup
12-26-2003, 05:03 PM
no ! no ! no!
There is'nt any SSSR

It's something like that.
CCCP=USSR It's mean United Soviet Socialist Republic

I can't encode CCCP becouse it's in rusian alphabet.

But look
CCCP=USSR=ZSRR
Zwiazek Socjalistycznych Republik Radzieckich it's in Polish.

A star is very nice. In Warsaw i can buy a Socialist Head's with a big Socialist Star. I remember that Russian soldier had a lots of kinds of stars. Mariners had a white star policeman had other star.

mmecca
12-26-2003, 06:12 PM
the star is very nice...almost identical to the game loading screen. but if your tryin for the game, i might make the tile setting on the cloth to make it look smaller. maybe add bump to the cloth, great game...great scene.

veljko
12-27-2003, 01:29 AM
Again, thx for the replies!

@xtrm3d - Before the 90s I used to play with a bunch of thoes stars, since my fatherwas in the army, but in the 90s things took an ugly turn for the worst- Civil war that is...Then the only time you could see souch a star was from a barrel of a gun...But, still, they take me back..:)
Where are you from?
You are right about the cloth- You know how it is...when you work on the star 2 days straight, you kinda loose enthusiasm for the cloth:)
@mmecca - I wanted to get the general feel of the game scene, but allowed myselfe the freedom to improvise:)