Very good, Rampante-Cid! Just yesterday I was writing something in relation to that event as well. In any case, it's very interesting to read such detailed descriptions!
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They use both swords and axes.
They use both flat wooden slavic and "frankish" shields inorder to point the "Germanic" influences in their equipment.
Someone mentioned that we make to clean textures...But look how they look after few minutes of battle...
Their wives will have a lot of work back home!
Thank you...We are thinking to disable autoresolve but nothing is certain.
For a momment i though "Winter is Comming" but no he is one of Heathern Storm ellite archers of Great Moravia roster.
So all credits go to him!
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Last edited by AnthoniusII; February 25, 2013 at 08:11 AM.
the beards look pretty cool - very good work
They look amazing, great job Looking forward to see some elite cavalrymen I guess their equipment would be a mix of original Slavic, Geramanic, Avar/steppe and maybe even Roman influences.
Will you use model of cities only for campaign map or also for battle mode?
I've created Lubomia, strongest gord in Upper Silesia in 872. It's one of my first models and probably is quite clumsy but If you
are interested write me. Same in case of steppic horse model, based on Marka horse.
Comparing to Marka horse(note body size, legs lenght, head size):
whow this is amazing.
did the battle model of lubomia already functional?
the przewalski horse looks exactly like alive. how big are they compared to battle-horses? i think they were very small, but i could be wrong (i remembered the hobilares in britain and skandinavia)
Regarding horse I'm not sure If there are changes in "bones"/animation needed or not.
Somewhere I've read that most of medieval european warhorses were 1,40cm-150cm in "shoulders", while steppic horses 120-130cm. This is why I've made steppic horse a bit (but not very!) shorter - about 20 cm.
we will proceed to battle models too.
Your model of city is wonderfull.
The "earth" based walls of the region would be a real chalenge to created but i thing it will worth the efforts.
About the horse you made.
Please provide info where it was used , from whom and in what timeframe.
It would be an honor to include it to TGC's horse collection.
We could use your exelent work to create Slavic and Viking strat_map settement models if you would honor us with those.
Last edited by AnthoniusII; February 28, 2013 at 05:56 AM.
Thanks, epecially that they are my first models
Unfortunately, I don't know any modeler. I also need help of more someone more experienced in this matter, I even don't know If my models are suitable to game
I'm not sure If I understand your quesion... Model is mine but based on Marka horse. Such horses were rather widespread amongst all sttepic people, no matter timeframe...
I will send you horse model just after I convert It into right format (I've got some problem with It...).
I need the horse's milkshape model with its textures....
I have some expirience working on Marka horses.
For strat_map models.
We need models of houses, towers etc like those you have in your model.
Great Moravian horsemen , a work of Heathen Storm ussing material of matthaeus , koultouras and leif erskson as well as from Absinthia.
A teaser of what will follow in the near future (don't ask spesific date though).
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