/3/ I need your help
can you design an good looking elevator[blueprint] ?
>only make blueprint , I can model in Blender.
This is obviously another 'raid' post!
/3/ is being flooded with " I use Blender . .. how do you make a cube?" type questions. This is probably somebody who uses /3/ and thinks they are being funny.
It's not funny and it's not clever!
You can find blueprints of elevator shafts pretty easy.
Actual elevators are a different thing. I don't imagine many of those exist outside the manufacturer.
You don't need CADlike precision, otherwise you wouldn't be using Blender. Just look for pictures of elevators. Start with a search for "elevator bob."
you can barely see it but it looks else in the game itself, at the left sde there are pipelins , at the end of the tunnel it is collidid and at the ground therre is water.
1. yes mabe it is a bit too overbumped, but it has a look of everythin being full of moist, since there is water at the ground I will keep it for now.
2. Never heard of that
3. The lightning is not ready yet, for now it is like that because I am working on it and it needs to be brighter
Here is a review from a first tester (anonymous).
Sound was good. Enhanced the atmosphere a lot.
Opening environment was interesting and invited exploration. I did decide to go away from the base which lead to an invisible wall which would be best avoided in a final version.
External models are OK but textures seem low in places and I think need additional detailing (via textures or modelling, or both).
Strange floating pipe near base. Presumably will be removed later.
Would there really be house bricks and a standard wheeled trolley outside in this environment. Maybe, just wondering.
On trying to enter base it was a bit confusing. The switch I thought might open the door but it seemed to turn on the light. I fugured it was power switch then but the symbol showed to ''use' the door but it didn't work till I wiggled around a bit.
Inside environment nice but the railings didn't touch the floor. Texture maps seem a bit low res and perhaps overbumped (though higher res textures might fix that).
I would consider more varied lighting through each scene to add stronger contrast.
There was an invisible wall on the pipe if the player gets adventurous and heads back that way.
In the next hall it would be better if the switch moved when operated. I've tried that switch model before and I think it can be a bit fiddly and unpredictable in use. Think it uses physics. maybe just switch it for a movement rotation script. The door had a 'use' symbol on it but went all wacky when I tried to use it. [OP:has been fixed]
It is a nice start thought it seems like an early prototype rather than beta (which usually means complete game in bug fix mode prior to release).
It's hard to rate it as I don't know what you are aiming for and I think it only makes sense to rate something against what you're aiming for (e.g. some other existing game or som set of criteria). The use of sound is good, the environment did make me want to explore it.