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Australian themed ko mini map construction

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johnnyenglish
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Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby johnnyenglish » Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:57 am

Ok so someone suggested I record the progress of making a map, the idea being that the videos could be joined together and speeded up, so I started doing this on Monday with a new knockout map.

The videos have no sound, the fans on my laptop seem to be making a lot of noise so I removed it.

The videos are pretty boring but do show pretty much the whole process of building a map from start.

So I put them here in their full form.

I've only been working on this for 5 days and it's not quite finished, but close.

Also, this isn't a tutorial, it's how I make maps (quickly)

Part 1: The floors


Part 2: Starting to add walls


Part 3: More wall


Part 4: Finish walls, add sky, add _skybox


Part 5: Making some model wall paintings


Here's the current progress

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Re: Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby johnnyenglish » Sat Nov 02, 2013 3:48 pm

I've about finished this, took around 6 days, still needs a little detailing but it's the funniest map I've ever made and I'll extend it into a fuller size map later.

oz27.jpg

oz25.jpg

oz23.jpg

oz22.jpg


tada

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Re: Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby Swiiitan » Sat Nov 02, 2013 3:56 pm

Looks really nice ^^

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Re: Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby skuzzzz » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:14 pm

Johnny, you may have been asked this many times but I have to ask, do you enjoy using Linux? Have you used Windows or Mac before Linux? I'm very interested in the O/S. Is Radiant stable on Linux?

And the videos are great by the way. I like how you don't waste time in the videos.

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Re: Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby johnnyenglish » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:18 pm

I have windows 7 installed as well, dual boot. Sometimes, like once every month I use windows for 20 minutes, hate it and reboot into linux.

I use mac at work but mostly as a radio (www.di.fm)

Radiant is exceptionally stable in Linux, it's crashed twice in 3 years, usually after using one of the plugins. I can run some windows applications like 3dsmax7 in linux (under wine, performs better that under windows).

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Re: Australian themed ko mini map construction

Postby skuzzzz » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:31 pm

johnnyenglish wrote:It's crashed twice in 3 years


Whoa, that's great. Radiant 1.6 crashes on me constantly. What version of Linux are you using?


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