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3 Dimensional Chat / Green7 / Tvisvarsons's 3D Models

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Green7
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Joined: 23rd Nov 2005
Location: Switzerland
Posted: 9th Jan 2018 09:13 Edited at: 10th Jan 2018 21:43
[href]null[/href]I finally decided to put my 3D models to the market. I noticed i have some models gathering dust, so i reworked them, especialy the textures.
Take a look, i will upload some more in the next days and weeks. I would too be glad if there is some income for my beer fund, you may even wait for special sales.

I mostly concentrate on early medieval / viking content, as i'm a viking reenactor and know that stuff from, or built it myself in real life.

Edit: The images are all rendered in AppGameKit, using the shader pack.

https://www.cgtrader.com/tvisvarson

Green7
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Posted: 9th Jan 2018 21:03
Newest addition is a round shield. first custom paint is for free.
Carharttguy
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Joined: 8th Jul 2016
Location: Belgium
Posted: 11th Jan 2018 20:11
I like your models, beautfiul.

But if I'm allowed to give some feedback:

I think the structure of the table is a little bit odd, the table legs (is that a proper English word?) are trough the upper side of the table. I think that wouldn't be very durable in real life. As you put weight on the upper side of the table, the legs would stick more and more trough the table after a while.

But I might be wrong, maybe some wooden tables are like this and I just never saw one

Anyway, keep up the good work!
Green7
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Posted: 12th Jan 2018 08:11 Edited at: 12th Jan 2018 08:12
Hey Carharttguy! Thanks for the feedback, please go on with it!
for the structure of the table: the legs are made thinner at the upper end, and directly below the table they go some cm's thicker, so the table can not slip down the whole leg. i built some of these tables and they are in use since at last 5 years in rainy or sunny outdoor conditions, very stable and easy to build and store, as you can remove the legs. the build is roughly based on the excavation of Sala Hytta Grave nr4.

A similar build to my table in real life:

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