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Old 10 October 2005   #1
Orc Spirit Lodge

Here's a super low poly Orc Spirit Lodge aiming for the WOW style. Original concept, but heavily based off existing WOW structures. All textures are handpainted and 256x256... comments and critiques are welcomed.
Old 10 October 2005   #2
Excellent! I love the textures!

Although I imagined the spirit lodge to be a bit higher (more like a teepee) with a bit of bellowing smoke from the top.
Great work! How many tris?
// woyman
// programmer // designer
Old 10 October 2005   #3
I think it's cute For an orc structure tho I imagine it wouldn't be as clean.
Old 10 October 2005   #4
Woyman: Thanks for your comment! Yeah, you're totally right, the spirit lodge in warcraft3 is much taller. I was trying to create another type of spirit lodge, back in the peacefull days of the orcs, perhaps from a different clan. But the more I look at it, I probably could have gone taller. As for tri count, I'm not sure cause the scene file is on a different computer, but here's a wireframe and some of the textures, and the interior...

Old 10 October 2005   #5
Hey man beautiful stuff! No crits here, great idea and execution and presentation. Nice job!
Adam Atomic :: Last Chance Media :: Buzz Kill
Old 10 October 2005   #6
I guess I should clarify my concept This is an Orc Spirit Lodge from Draenor, before the time of the Horde (in Warcraft, Orcs once lived in peacful, shamanistic clans). So I was attempting to show this "softer" side of the orcs, while still retaining an Orc style to the building.
Old 10 October 2005   #7
Great stuff. Excellent use of polys and good texture work. Your textures are slightly more muted and realistic than the Blizzard style, but they're still great.

Thumbs up.

Old 10 October 2005   #8
Panupat: Good eye, I probably should dirty it up a bit more.

AdamAtomic: Thanks a lot!

Headless: Thank your for your comments and critique! I totally agree with you. I'm really eager to try painting some more textures to achieve that stylized warcraft look. I'm used to going for a more realistic look, so this was fun practice for me.
Old 10 October 2005   #9
that looks awesome
great job on the textures, they really make this project come together
. . .dangit!
Old 10 October 2005   #10
dpizzle: Thanks for your comments. I'm happy with how most of the textures turned out. I was under severe time constraints when doing this (total time about 16 hours with concept design), so many of the textures had to be painted quickly (ie. the interior). Which is probably good for me cause I tend to nitpick if I don't have a looming deadline. I'm glad you like them anyways!
Old 10 October 2005   #11
Very cool!...imho you got the WOW style down to a "T"...you sure you don't work for Blizzard......
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Old 10 October 2005   #12
Wow, I didn't realize that there was an interior done! Fantastic!
// woyman
// programmer // designer
Old 10 October 2005   #13
Very nice and definitly Warcraft style - Simple mesh, high quality texture design, and good structure design.
Old 10 October 2005   #14
looks very good, some nice texturing , nice concept in the first place
a bit too warcraft alike, but what the hell, its still great
well done

Old 10 October 2005   #15
Thank you all for your comments! I'm glad you all like it. I'd love to hear some more hard critiques from any exisiting WOW (or Warcraft 3) players, as I'm really trying to capture the style and essence of the game.
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