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Sovereign House

100% mesh building, final version and my new home in Academy up the road from Brunel Hall.

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  1. Tepic Harlequin Tepic Harlequin August 28, 2012

    errrrr…… Mr Mornington….? FINAL version? hehehe More likey “completed for now, until more ideas” version!

    • Edward Pearse Edward Pearse August 28, 2012

      We should start a betting pool on how long it lasts :-)

  2. Junie Ginsburg Junie Ginsburg August 28, 2012

    My house in Academy keeps getting smaller and smaller…

  3. Jedburgh30 Dagger Jedburgh30 Dagger August 28, 2012

    Freud had a term for this Vic…

  4. Grendel Footman Grendel Footman August 28, 2012

    will take a bit to fill that place up


    • Jimmy Branagh Jimmy Branagh August 28, 2012

      Oy know a bunch of people ‘oo could fill it roight quick!

      “Hey mates!  Runnin’ party at Mr. Vic’s!”

  5. Osric Worbridge Osric Worbridge August 31, 2012

    Any info on settings for converting a building to mesh would be appreciated. I have done chairs and tables and need to convert a building.

    Did you use the jointed scrip or the other one?

    Did you use the default or low poly setting?

    Did you load seperate models for High , Medium, and Low?

    Any info from you, or anyone else, would be helpful.

    • Edward Pearse Edward Pearse August 31, 2012

      So far, I’ve used the join script and the low poly settings. I’ve only had one mesh where I’ve uploaded a separate physics model as all the others have been facades. As they’re all exterior buildings I’ve not used a separate upload for the models but kept them all on the high LOD.

      One thing to remember when uploading a physics models is when you finally get the mesh is to change its physical properties to PRIMS. I uploaded the damn thing 4 times before it was pointed out to me this was why I couldn’t walk through the doorway.

      • Garnet Psaltery Garnet Psaltery September 1, 2012

        … “this was why I couldn’t walk through the doorway.” …

        Oh, not too many pies, then?

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