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Welsh bricks

Post by Quork on Sun Mar 03, 2013 6:33 am

While the whole set is welsh inspired, at least some of the elements can be used in many other contexts. Consisting of 35 elements, of which a few are non-welsh (they are marked as such in the file description), version 1.0 basically is ready to release.










Due to licensing issues (the textures were created using 3rd party material from cgtextures.com, and although they're heavily modified, I still am obliged to not allow redistribution and to add "One or more textures on this 3D-model have been created with images from CGTextures.com. These images may not be redistributed by default. Please visit www.cgtextures.com for more information.") the objects can be used in other routes, but mustn't be redistributed with them, the package will have to remain a standalone download, just like BRsemasigs (or however that set was called). Shouldn't be a problem though, the users are used to downloading routes in several parts, and wherever I'll host the package, I'll provide a permanent deeplink so any route creator will be able and allowed to post the direct filelink on their homepage.

There is many elements marked as "short". That's because most wall elements in this set are 2.5m wide, which is half the standard of 5m set for the BuildingBricks system with the Gothic bricks.

With version 1.0, this set consits of:
- Additions
-> Chimney.b3d, a very big chimney as is typical for all of the UK
-> Ivy Leaves.b3d, a file with three "blobs" of ivy leaves, for usage on rocks and walls
-> Ivy Trunk.b3d, a file with bare trunks which go with the ivy leaves (or without)
-> Ivy Trunk 2.b3d, as above but with few leaves. Enough for great distance, to go with the ivy leaves for near-track positions.
- Roof
-> Roof Asphalt Low.b3d, roof slope with modern grey asphalt tiles
-> Roof Asphalt.b3d, steep roof slope with modern grey asphalt tiles
-> Roof Asphalt Low Short.b3d, half of Roof Asphalt Low.b3d
-> Roof Asphalt Short.b3d, half of Roof Asphalt.b3d
-> Roof Endpiece Low.b3d, wooden roof end to go with the less steep roof
-> Roof Endpiece.b3d, wooden roof end to go with the steep roof
-> Roof Rail.b3d, metal roof rail (horizontal)
-> Roof Rail Short.b3d, half a metal roof rail (horizontal)
-> Tip Chute.b3d, vertical counterpart of the roof rails
- Wall
-> Attic Window.b3d, triangular wall piece for attic below steep roof, with a gothicish window
-> Attic Window Low.b3d, as above but for less steep roof variant
-> Door 1.b3d, a brown wooden door (half of standard length)
-> Door 2.b3d, a green wooden door (half of standard length)
-> Empty Wall.b3d, a bare brick wall
-> Empty Wall Short.b3d, half a bare brick wall
-> Window 1Al lit.b3d, a pointed window on the right side, opened and with a plant in a pot, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Ar lit.b3d, a pointed window on the left side, opened and with a plant in a pot, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Al unlit.b3d, a pointed window on the right side, opened and with a plant in a pot, dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Ar unlit.b3d, a pointed window on the left side, opened and with a plant in a pot, dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Bl lit.b3d, a pointed window on the right side, closed, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Br lit.b3d, a pointed window on the left side, closed, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Bl unlit.b3d, a pointed window on the right side, closed, dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 1Br unlit.b3d, a pointed window on the left side, closed, dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 2.b3d, a square window with closed shutters (not authentic welsh!) (half of standard length)
-> Window 3 lit.b3d, a square window with shutter angles (not authentic welsh!), light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 3 unlit.b3d, a square window with shutter angles (not authentic welsh!), dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 3 shutters.b3d, shutters for Window 3 (not authentic welsh!)
-> Window 4 lit, a square window, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 4 unlit, a square window, dark at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 5 lit, a square window with bicolor ornamentation brickwork above it, light is lit at night (half of standard length)
-> Window 5 unlit, a square window with bicolor ornamentation brickwork above it, dark at night (half of standard length)
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