That's already the captain's/officer's quarters so they are separate rooms however no space is wasted on a ship like this so there are also cannons there.
Thanks Unigami, these ships where designed starting from the guns, the deck height was designed only to fit the guns and make them workable, hence why they ceiling is so low, the rest comes after the guns. I believe that the 2 aft guns where stowed up against the port as to make more space in the effected cabins, those being the Captains bed chamber, The Coach room and the Great Cabin.
Completed texturing inside, still need to map and texture the walls in max and Gimp. Interior altogether is 52k Poly`s
The top pic shows only the Lantern Lights at night, next pic shows with Daylight.
Im more and more impressed everytime you add more to this post, super model
Thanks, Sure Irwanwr copy away , nice to see that pic, spent many hours on that game
Baking these textures is a long process, Ive now Baked over 23 Texture AO maps along with the 23 Texture maps, some AO maps can take over 2 hours, and with a 22 hour power out yesterday it really doesnt help, here a few in game screenies:
you play Sid Meier's Pirates too!?
the forth on the above post looks so gorgeous
More work on the Textures, The exterior is pretty much ready apart from the figurehead and the gunport textures, struggeling to get the same Yellow.
Dropped the Exterior AO by 20% as the ship did look abit Dark in game.
Still have to hang the Lanterns and Firebuckets, along with making the Furled sails.
i love the ship
feels like i'm going to jump into the screen
have you ever made a tutorial on making the hull somewhere, Marius?
well, i might interested to learn and to make small sailing ships after seeing your gorgeous models say, something like a sloop or schooner. perhaps a royal sloop
PS: i saved the first image from the post above . that might be a good calming wallpaper to have on the desktop
where can you find the blueprint or sort of that for the ship, Marius?
Well Ive found most of mine online, and a few others Ive found and scanned original drawings ( more recent ships ) at museums and clubs. Hobby kits usually have good drawings as well.
A Sloop like this perhaps?
Flags and Figurehead added, the figurehead needs some work, but ill get that done soon, at least the exterior was finnished this year
Another beauty Marius your work always speaks for itself.
yes, i found that sloop image too with google last night. looks like one of those you could see in Sid Meier's Pirates game
Just awesome. Great presentations.
I had no idea those ships packed so much iron on one deck!
Thanks for the posts, Axe and Happy New Year!
thank you Marius. i love every works you've shown here (boats and ships, especially )
happy new year everyone
Simply stunning work! Out of curiosity, what game are you building her for that can handle that amount of detail? I have built 3 ships from this era myself, a 20 gun american schooner, a 22 gun french corvette, and a 40 gun french frigate, all built from plans of real ships. They are intended for this mod for the original pirates of the carribean game http://www.moddb.com/mods/new-horizons though unfortunately im struggling with learning texturing and whatnot, but ill see them sail yet. anyways, enough about that, if you are at all interested L'Aurore would make an excellent addition to the mod, though much of the rigging detail would need to be cut down to make the ship manageable(The lag would be terrible otherwise)
Oh and as far as plans for new ships go, I would recommend checking out the National Maritime Museum in London's ship plans collection. http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collection ... ject-90352
It includes ships from nations other than England as well, and is really an inexhastable rescource, there must be thousands of plans to choose from
interesting. what kind of game is that?
i see. thank you for the info.
thought that kind of game was only made by Disney in Pirate of Caribbean.
or, did i just say the same game here? Akella or Disney?
2.2 GB of download
Well Disney was Involved, but the game was meant to be the sequel to seadogs and was taken over by Diseny at the last minute and they addded in some POTC realted stuff so the title would attract buyers. It is still a solid game though, but is improved alot by the mod. 2.2 GB is a fair bit, but if its worth it in my opinion (of course you need to have the POTC game already) Anyways I dont want to take this thread off topic.
Thanks Guys, @ Armstrong , to build a ship you will need abit more than what is provided on that site, for this ship I have over 100 seperate Drawings. the Less drawings ,the more guesswork and yes my cousin has been trying to get me to import my mods into the Pirates of the Carribbean game for some time now, But Vehicle simulator Framework just looks so much better, even though it doesnt support Ropes or moving sails, its far more realistic.
The Rigging isnt really poly heavy, its the guns that are the killer, they are around 30k and right now im getting 40fps in open sea so im happy
Gundeck at Quarters complete and in game, Windows done along with Stern Windows that can be opened and Closed.
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so when do you start modeling Errol Flynn or Russell Crowe?
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make that Russell Crowe, please
Been Furnishing the Lower Deck, the Hammocks will be seperate from the model and will swing with the boat, like the lanterns and the Leather Firebuckets do. Last pic shows the Junior Officers Cabin
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