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BA:R Arm models

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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by tzaeru » 13 Nov 2013, 11:30

Looks good. :-)

I'll miss the cute little brown blump of a rezzer, but these new models look great!

Also answering a few months late:
Rumpelstiltskin wrote: cause of lua scripts that were not controlled by BA but by individuals where the ones who had the right lua had a huge advantage
I've never seen huge advantage from having the "best" widgets. Compared to SC, BA has much less microing required - it's possible for a human to reach maximum useful amount of commands per second even without widgets. At that point, additional widgets are just of a marginal use.
Rumpelstiltskin wrote:and the fact there is no installer or website to quickly get the game and start playing it
Those points are worked on. There's a BA website (balancedannihilation.org) but people didn't immigrate there - BAR is its second chance. And I bet someone's already doing an installer for BAR.
Rumpelstiltskin wrote:cause of the annoying keybinding system that was left to text file editing.
Has been/is being fixed. :P
scifi wrote:I sort of agree with Basic.

But still...
The real advantage of having new graphics its the fact BA is having a new launch a new name, i doubt you could do the same with a balance rework.

With that said, normaly people dont come back to a game just because of shiny new graphics if the reasons for leaving havent been adressed. But this is Spring i bet a lot of people will come back to check how BAR is doing.
Yeh! I think that if people, when BAR comes out, make a bit of noise about it, nudge their RTS-playing friends, their other gaming communities and so on, there's a real chance at making BAR a relatively big thing. ^^
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by FireStorm_ » 13 Nov 2013, 12:27

Awesome stuff Behe.
I'll try to match your diligence. :-)
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Beherith
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Beherith » 13 Nov 2013, 12:43

Hammer
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by scifi » 13 Nov 2013, 12:48

that rezzer and hammer look so awesome.!!!!!, havent checked the constructor model, but dam that rezzer.

However that pewee could use a better helm, cockpit :D,
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by gajop » 13 Nov 2013, 12:48

does it rotate when it moves?
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by scifi » 13 Nov 2013, 12:49

gajop wrote:does it rotate when it moves?
What exactly?
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Beherith » 13 Nov 2013, 12:51

The center wheel on the hammer? No. Why would it need to?
Arm hovers:
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Pit Bull
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by gajop » 13 Nov 2013, 12:51

scifi wrote:
gajop wrote:does it rotate when it moves?
What exactly?
Isn't it obvious? The yellow thing in the torso! Feels like it should rotate violently when moving.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Beherith » 13 Nov 2013, 12:53

A large flywheel like that makes little sense, as the shear forces provided when turning the torso would be difficult to counter.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by scifi » 13 Nov 2013, 12:56

well exactly why would it need to rotate. Its fine tbh, (still would be cool xD)

Also that pitbul looks great but the opened pitbull the mid one , has a black ground texture under it, is that a decal?

Or some weird blob shadow thingy.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Anarchid » 13 Nov 2013, 13:07

Looks like a non-regenerated aoplate from model's previous version.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by gajop » 13 Nov 2013, 13:13

sense? i'm not looking for any!
but if you want, this is what powers the robot:
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scifi wrote:(still would be cool xD)
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Anarchid » 13 Nov 2013, 13:23

well exactly why would it need to rotate
Because that'd be a really cool instance of tech porn.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Beherith » 13 Nov 2013, 14:46

Yep, the AO decal is fixed in svn.
By the way, we are at 92% of all units modeled, and at 86% of all units ingame. We really would need a bit of help on the atlassing front, its easy and fun, kind of like a paint-by-numbers book.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by jamerlan » 13 Nov 2013, 16:16

If it possible - make them look more agressive (not playtoy) :-D
Models look good! I like them. Just my thoughts
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Kloot » 13 Nov 2013, 16:35

BAR - Big Adorable Robots
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by dansan » 13 Nov 2013, 20:40

Beherith wrote:Arm rezzer
So cute! Reminds me of Despicable Me minions :)
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Ares » 16 Nov 2013, 08:15

Arm kbots looks really good so far, Peewee looks iconic as ever.
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by REVENGE » 21 Nov 2013, 05:00

Damn. Tonka Toy Truck world, here we come!
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Re: BA:R Arm models

Post by Beherith » 23 Nov 2013, 12:18

Flash:
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Jeffy:
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