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FPSC Classic Models and Media / Model Pack 77 - Mystic Library

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RickV
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Posted: 25th Sep 2013 16:01
Hi,

Here's another new pack;

Mystic Library

Rick

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Wolf
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Posted: 25th Sep 2013 17:53 Edited at: 26th Sep 2013 19:34
Thank you Rick!

I will edit this post with additional information soon.


Edit:



Quote: "This pack includes entities that will allow you to create an old interior library scene, rich with decorations, furniture, statuettes, candles, books, paintings and many other items."

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Content
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Altar table x 3
Andrea Cross
Antique Book Shelve x 3
Arcane enChanter
Bench
Candle holder x 2
Chair
Chandelier
Book Case x 4
Decorative Shelf
Display blade
Globe
Hanging Torch
Tables x 5
Pillars x 6
Pictures x 8
Potted Plant
Rugs x 4
Candle x 1
Wall Shelves x 4
Misc 9

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Creators Notes:
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The assets in this pack use optimised .dds textures that are very memory saving (yet in many cases still high-res). The entire pack is only 47,2MB in size. If I made the same pack a couple months ago it would easily be 200 to 300 MB. The DirectX (.X) files are optimised aswell. You will get a couple of specular maps that work with Bond1's lightmapherospec.fx shader for static entities. This shader is included in Modelpack 38. You can post any feedback and questions in this thread and I will be happy to help


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And with that, this thread is a lot prettier

Please leave some feedback



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Posted: 25th Sep 2013 18:44
I'm impressed. Excellent work @Wolf!
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Posted: 25th Sep 2013 22:20
Looks great.. Something else to add to my list of must haves.. Now, if I can only find sometime to use all these packs!

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Posted: 25th Sep 2013 22:47
Nice pack well done .

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Posted: 26th Sep 2013 20:54
Thanks guys!

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Le Shorte
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Posted: 28th Sep 2013 07:06
Reminds me a lot of the bookshelves and whatnot from Amnesia.

Yes, I live in Wisconsin. No, I don't live on a farm.
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Posted: 6th Oct 2013 14:52
Looks great!
Do the window treatments come with the pack? If not, where does one find them?
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Posted: 6th Oct 2013 15:07
By treatments do you mean the curtains? They are free in cosmic prophets dark city pack

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Posted: 7th Oct 2013 22:13
Thank You.
I found "New Dark City" Building Blocks and downloaded all 7 parts.
I also saw "Dark City 2010".
I cannot find the curtains.
Would you please send a direct link for the curtains.

Thanks so much
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Posted: 8th Oct 2013 18:23
Quote: "I cannot find the curtains.
Would you please send a direct link for the curtains."


Of course.

Did you download Dark City 2010? It has the curtains. You can see them in the presentation screenshots (I'm 99% sure its in there)

It also has a lot of other cool stuff.



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Posted: 8th Oct 2013 23:33
Thank you for this- I did try but there are download issues.
I now have part1 and part2 downloading. part 3 and part 4 do not work and can not get a connection. Hopefully the curtains aren't in either of those :-(
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Posted: 9th Oct 2013 12:04
Good news- yes the curtains are included in part1/2. Thanks for the help!
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Posted: 11th Oct 2013 16:34
You're welcome!

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Posted: 22nd Oct 2013 01:48
Wow looks really good. Great job

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I might have to snag these up soon!

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Thanks @Thraxas

I hope you will @ASTECH



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Posted: 29th Jan 2014 11:03
What about the windows and segment? I would love to have those too
Great work as always wolf!
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Posted: 29th Jan 2014 12:20
Not included, the segments are the ones from MP38 but re-textured.
I think's it's kinda a waste because the video and the screenies acutally shows up things not included in the final product, it might be confusing.

I've also noticed that MP69 and this one shares few textures, especially the paintings.


Excuse my grammar errors, I'm French.
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Posted: 29th Jan 2014 16:20
@Takeze:
Quote: "What about the windows and segment? I would love to have those too
Great work as always wolf! "


Thanks!!

Everything is included except for the windows and segments. However, the window can be downloaded for free.

@RelMayer:
Quote: "I think's it's kinda a waste"


A waste? A waste of what?

Quote: "because the video and the screenies acutally shows up things not included in the final product, it might be confusing."


Yes, the windows and segments. Thats really it as I stated numerous times. I can't help whoever is confused by this.

However, the windows and curtains can be downloaded for free.

Quote: "I've also noticed that MP69 and this one shares few textures, especially the paintings. "


Did you now? Another modeler knowing about cgtextures? Here I thought the best known source for textures was my little secret.

I can assure you that I did in no way source anything from MP69, in fact, I don't have that pack if that was your concern.




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Posted: 29th Jan 2014 18:21
Wow, thank you wolf!!
One thing, could i use this window commercially(in my game(s))
of course with the credit, please

And how did you make that lighting in windows, if it ain't a secret.
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Posted: 30th Jan 2014 20:59
Quote: "One thing, could i use this window commercially(in my game(s))"


Sure! Go ahead.

Quote: "And how did you make that lighting in windows, if it ain't a secret."


Just a well placed lightmarker and your usual postprocessing

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Posted: 1st Feb 2014 19:12
Thank you wolf!

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