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by Cheesecan
06 Sep 2013, 21:26
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: Two King of the Hill maps
Replies: 31
Views: 4403

Re: Two King of the Hill maps

I noticed that qray used blueprint now. Good to see forb's hard work getting accepted by some new mappers. blueprint is jK (and maybe a tad of Smoth). Not forb's! Really? OK that settles it I'm just downright oblivious. :-) I think Forb deserves some credit in spreading it at least. Looked at the s...
by Cheesecan
06 Sep 2013, 20:28
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: Two King of the Hill maps
Replies: 31
Views: 4403

Re: Two King of the Hill maps

Also your first map is a plateau and the other one a, neither is a hill . King of the hill is a game mode , not a reflection on the terrain itself. Should we call it "King of the assigned area of terrain" instead? That was supposed to say valley. Don't know where that word vanished. Never heard of ...
by Cheesecan
05 Sep 2013, 07:31
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: Two King of the Hill maps
Replies: 31
Views: 4403

Re: Two King of the Hill maps

The first one looks nice, but is too derivative of Delta siege island 8-way for me to consider it an original. The second one looks completely unrealistic, and not fun to play on.

Also your first map is a plateau and the other one a, neither is a hill.
by Cheesecan
24 Aug 2013, 10:32
Forum: Art & Modelling
Topic: Random WIP 2013+
Replies: 406
Views: 51585

Re: Random WIP 2013+

Wow, this Rob Liefeld guy really sucks.
by Cheesecan
22 Aug 2013, 22:27
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: TinySkirmish Redux 1.1
Replies: 13
Views: 2947

Re: TinySkirmish Redux 1.1

That is really beside the point because you should use blueprint anyway. It adds several map options like the ones I mentioned "for free", and may have more in the future. Defining things like features, map info and metal in lua allows other content developers access through the lua environment. Say...
by Cheesecan
21 Aug 2013, 19:16
Forum: Ingame Community
Topic: complain against a LOeT player
Replies: 8
Views: 1650

Re: complain against a LOeT player

Just ignore him and start a kickban vote. If the rest of players are even worth your time they should vote yes.
by Cheesecan
20 Aug 2013, 20:34
Forum: Map Creation
Topic: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?
Replies: 51
Views: 5467

Re: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?

If you want to reduce map file size, how about you: 1. Write a Carrara plugin that takes this shading tree: http://i44.tinypic.com/sovk9j.png 2. Exports it into the SM3 format (this includes adding the corresponding SM3 API functionality missing for things like distribution functions, noise filters,...
by Cheesecan
19 Aug 2013, 19:45
Forum: Map Creation
Topic: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?
Replies: 51
Views: 5467

Re: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?

knorke wrote: Without the batman equipment that Cheesecan mentions: no need for octa core, SSD and multithreaded software.
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Nah, an 8-core CPU + SSD costs just €215 around here. L3DT is €26.
by Cheesecan
17 Aug 2013, 15:50
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: TinySkirmish Redux 1.1
Replies: 13
Views: 2947

Re: TinySkirmish Redux 1

If you used blueprint, you could also play this map inverted and with other lighting conditions (via the included lua scripts for map options). It also supports feature placement via text file. I'm advocating it here - but it's not a huge leap, just a small step.
by Cheesecan
17 Aug 2013, 15:40
Forum: Map Creation
Topic: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?
Replies: 51
Views: 5467

Re: anything against the removal of the SM3 map format?

I experimented a bit with SM3 back when it was still relevant/hyped. Made a somewhat decent looking map that I think never got released (or it simply vanished when the filesites went belly up one after another). Imho there's no need to care further about SM3. SSMF can give amazing results and is a l...
by Cheesecan
15 Aug 2013, 08:58
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Spring engine performance boost
Replies: 13
Views: 1199

Re: Spring engine performance boost

Generally laptops are a prime example of planned obsolescence so I don't buy them anymore. Rubbish for gaming.
by Cheesecan
09 Aug 2013, 20:31
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Why not SpringRTS?
Replies: 91
Views: 7595

Re: Why not SpringRTS?

Mr Picasso already explained the reasons if you will read the thread. Spring uses scripting to animate nodes on models. Most engines support keyframe and skeleton animation where you (to the best of my limited knowledge) animate inside the 3D software, using even motion sensors to sync humanoid move...
by Cheesecan
09 Aug 2013, 01:46
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: About Work
Replies: 35
Views: 4272

Re: About Work

Well, its very hard to just have an office and have people work for you and not fail. E.g. people start programming project while themselves not being programmers, and they fail to ensure that anyone actually does any work or that it combines correctly, and fail to produce any software. There's als...
by Cheesecan
08 Aug 2013, 19:38
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: About Work
Replies: 35
Views: 4272

Re: About Work

For sure, strike any well-developed countries in those regions of the list of candidates. There's also the question of personal security in any poor country, you will be a prime target not just for hoodlums but government officials. Obviously if I had all the answers, I would be busy doing that inst...
by Cheesecan
07 Aug 2013, 21:44
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: About Work
Replies: 35
Views: 4272

Re: About Work

Most statistics show this, yes. But people also consume a lot of expensive stuff they don't need.

If you are young, with no family to support and no mortgages then it should be possible to save up some money over time.
by Cheesecan
07 Aug 2013, 21:39
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: About Work
Replies: 35
Views: 4272

Re: About Work

I wouldn't go there to work, but to run a business. The thing is with those countries, if you go over there with 10,000 euros you can rent an office and hire people to work for you.
by Cheesecan
06 Aug 2013, 23:55
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: About Work
Replies: 35
Views: 4272

Re: About Work

Minimum wages you say? Sweden has minimum wages stipulated in the union collective agreements, approximately 2000 euros/month. Of course many small businesses such as restaurants pay much less since they haven't signed. The government is one of the worst perpetrators of economic crime, theft from ta...
by Cheesecan
05 Aug 2013, 18:13
Forum: Map Creation
Topic: TA maps on spring
Replies: 28
Views: 3313

Re: TA maps on spring

Eastside westside was one of my favorites. Been meaning to remake it for a while now. Would be great if you made it smoth you have made similar maps and have features etc that would fit well. Don't mind dsd players..
by Cheesecan
04 Aug 2013, 11:52
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: I made a truck bike rack :-D
Replies: 2
Views: 509

Re: I made a truck bike rack :-D

Looks nice now :-) Garage projects are fun
by Cheesecan
30 Jul 2013, 21:56
Forum: Map Releases
Topic: *New Map* Seth's Ravine
Replies: 58
Views: 6549

Re: *New Map* Seth's Ravine

Could use the updated lua metal widget.

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