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Red Die (Repost)

#1
Hi everyone! Just wanted to repost this because the original thread devolved into a flamewar.

Please try not to argue too much, and if you post a vote please give a reason. Thanks!

Item Name: Red Die

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Description: (in italics) Reroll!

Price: 400 coins

Progress report:
Going to remake it (again) this afternoon. Dice will be white instead of red. I'll make sure all holes are in alignment. Will also add a link to 3d model.
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#2
This was kind of a pointless repost, the flaming had stopped plus if it was that bad an admin would have deleted the posts.


o7 old thread, my only friend.
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#3
Imo it's easier to count votes without scrolling past 2 pages of arguing.
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(02-12-2016, 03:35 PM)Chroma Wrote:  Imo it's easier to count votes without scrolling past 2 pages of arguing.

Just make a poll.
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#5
Thanks for the advice Rotshout. Can we stay on topic though?
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(02-12-2016, 03:35 PM)Chroma Wrote:  Imo it's easier to count votes without scrolling past 2 pages of arguing.

http://forerunnergaming.org/forums/usercp.php -> Edit Options -> Posts Per Page: 50



This die is okay, not sure if I like the fact that it's red.  #WhiteDiceMatter

Like I said before, you should use http://www.sketchfab.com to upload the .blend file so that we all (except Terran) can get our own 3D view of the dice to see every angle.

Like I said, the die looks nice enough but there are still some details I can't quite place my finger on that the dice needs. Like indenting the holes a bit, like a real die.

+0 - Be more patient with these kinds of things.  Making models takes time and effort, and the output reflects it.  Things also aren't added to the coinshop immediately.  Patience is a virtue.



Edit: Looking at the three images you provided again, you have given me another reason to plug http://www.sketchfab.com. The "3" side of the die is not properly aligned, you can see the un-straightness of the dots.
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(02-12-2016, 04:24 PM)Pin Wrote:  
(02-12-2016, 03:35 PM)Chroma Wrote:  Imo it's easier to count votes without scrolling past 2 pages of arguing.

http://forerunnergaming.org/forums/usercp.php -> Edit Options -> Posts Per Page: 50






This die is okay, not sure if I like the fact that it's red.  #WhiteDiceMatter

Like I said before, you should use http://www.sketchfab.com to upload the .blend file so that we all (except Terran) can get our own 3D view of the dice to see every angle.

Like I said, the die looks nice enough but there are still some details I can't quite place my finger on that the dice needs.  Like indenting the holes a bit, like a real die.

+0 - Be more patient with these kinds of things.  Making models takes time and effort, and the output reflects it.  Things also aren't added to the coinshop immediately.  Patience is a virtue.






Edit:  Looking at the three images you provided again, you have given me another reason to plug http://www.sketchfab.com.  The "3" side of the die is not properly aligned, you can see the un-straightness of the dots.
Actually the holes are indented, its the lighting that is causing it to look flat. I'll add a sketchfab link so you can explore it in detail. Also, I know that white dice would be cool but I want to make the model stand out a bit more.
In addition, I'll fix the three alignment when I have time.
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(02-12-2016, 04:49 PM)Chroma Wrote:  
(02-12-2016, 04:24 PM)Pin Wrote:  
(02-12-2016, 03:35 PM)Chroma Wrote:  Imo it's easier to count votes without scrolling past 2 pages of arguing.

http://forerunnergaming.org/forums/usercp.php -> Edit Options -> Posts Per Page: 50







This die is okay, not sure if I like the fact that it's red.  #WhiteDiceMatter

Like I said before, you should use http://www.sketchfab.com to upload the .blend file so that we all (except Terran) can get our own 3D view of the dice to see every angle.

Like I said, the die looks nice enough but there are still some details I can't quite place my finger on that the dice needs.  Like indenting the holes a bit, like a real die.

+0 - Be more patient with these kinds of things.  Making models takes time and effort, and the output reflects it.  Things also aren't added to the coinshop immediately.  Patience is a virtue.







Edit:  Looking at the three images you provided again, you have given me another reason to plug http://www.sketchfab.com.  The "3" side of the die is not properly aligned, you can see the un-straightness of the dots.
Actually the holes are indented, its the lighting that is causing it to look flat. I'll add a sketchfab link so you can explore it in detail. Also, I know that white dice would be cool but I want to make the model stand out a bit more.
In addition, I'll fix the three alignment when I have time.

White stands out more than red IMO, unless its a fucking bright as shit red.
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#9
I'm making another die, too, because I'm bored.

There has to be competition or else it isn't fun. Smile
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#10
Yeah, put more time into your models. You spend half an hour on a model and call it complete, when you could add something unique to it
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