Hi, They are six screnshots of my style of eyecandy, I hope you enjoy this
PD: Excuse my English
Hola, le presento a usted algunas tomas del escenario que estoy haciendo, es del estilo de una campaña muy conocida, Thorvald, the ruler.
Precisamente de eso se trata, intento crear la segunda parte, pero esta vez Hercules es el protagonista.
Son 6 tomas, pero creo que bastan para deleitar tus ojos contemplando esta combinación de rocas, árboles, arbustos, hierbas, rocas calizas, rocas granito, robles de otoño, roca de río arenoso, etc.
Intento poder contactarme con Elder Ulfsark, para poder pedirle permiso para continuar las aventuras de esta gran campaña.
Ps:Si desean con gusto posteo el escenario, EN INGLES.
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Fairly well designed. There was a lot of realistic eyecandy in this, but there were some things that brought your rating to a lower point.
First off, the terrains were not that good. Yes, there were mixtures, but try to make them more flavorful by adding a touch of grasses near rocks, and bushes near trees to make the scene more pleasuring.
Also, you only used limestone rocks in most places. Granite rocks work very well along cliffs, so use them alongside it and add a few limestone sprites there, too, because they work just as well with granite as they do with limestone. Add a few trees along the cliff sides, aswell.
Trees. The screenshots mostly lacked them. You left the cliffs blank without anything there. You could add a few trees such as oak, pine, and mix them up a bit to fill the cliffs. It looks better than having a blank area there.
Next, the pond. Nothing much alongside the riverbanks. You could make a pond or a simple river look so much better by adding some rocks along the water. Granite rocks work very well, and Rock River Grassy and Sandy work too. Nothing more in the water besides a few fish and some lilly pads. You could use the water decorations to enliven the pond, and add the Papyrus plant aswell. They work in Greek Rivers, too, so use them.
The soldiers' camps were nice. You used firewood in a corner showing that the camp was very realistic. Also, the weapons were nice. Try using some crates near the buildings, and use little things to make your eyecandy better.
Lastly, the city. Original, but you lacked one thing-- overlapped buildings. This is a very nice skill to know, and it takes a while to master. What you do is you place buildings over each other, sometimes with elevation included, and it creates a brand new building. I have supplied you with links to two guides on overlapped buildings: basic, and advanced.
Here are the guides. The design library holds many useful things, so search around there and you can improve your eyecandy.
Additional Comments: Use the design library and read up on some guides, and in no time, you will be making awesome eyecandy.