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    The fort of La Conchée, near Saint-Malo

    Hi everybody.

    This is a model I made of the coastal fort of La Conchée, located near the "corsair city" of Saint-Malo.
    This fort is considered one of the best built by marshall Vauban between 1692 and 1705. It was partially destroyed in 1944 bu the US Navy when they took back the city of Saint-Malo to the Nazis. It has then been abandoned for years, and is currently being restored by a private venture.

    Here are some renders.
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    Here is also a link to the skecthfab version (not exactly the same, especially with textures, because of size limitations) :
    https://sketchfab.com/models/61f7801...9658b360539359

    And finally, a link to a short animation test with a crappy background and some Debussy music :

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    nice, how did you made the textures and uvs? clasic way or some paint program?
    only critic is that, some water marks from rain and moisture will be cool

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    Hi, thanks for your comments. I UV'd the model with LWCAD quad mapper function. The textures were mostly created in substance designer, except for the rock, where I painted a 8K texture in 3D Coat. As for the rain effects, you're right, it's certainly something I could try to do with substance painter. I'll try that when I have some spare time.

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