The Backgammon Cave Update

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The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby Karkadann » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:22 pm

Just finished installing some light fixtures with my first attempt at better lighting in The Backgammon Cave.
Since proper lighting is a is a little new to me im gonna need some constructive criticism on how it turned out,
and possibly some practical ideas on how I can make it better.

Thanks in advance

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Re: The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby janaba » Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:53 pm

Looks very beautiful and realistic to me ... You can see the difference quite
nicely when comparing the scenery before and after ... As I am no age builder
let's give the evaluation if this is really good or worth to elaborate on to the
professionals ... :P

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Re: The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby diafero » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:37 am

I put this version on the Shard. Please let me know whether you also want to have it in UAM.

Thanks a lot for providing a description as well as cover- and linking images. I wish more age authors would do that :)

(Btw, putting an age that's already on the Shard to UAM is really easy - it takes me less than a minute, thanks to some handy scripts doing all the nasty work for me :D )
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Re: The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby Karkadann » Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:07 am

33 downloads and no constructive criticism, I guess no news is good news, Please put it on the UAM thanks

Thanks a lot for providing a description as well as cover- and linking images. I wish more age authors would do that

Its actually the easiest part of age creation. Im surprised they don't because it adds a nice personal touch to the age.
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Re: The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby diafero » Sat Mar 02, 2013 5:06 am

33 downloads and no constructive criticism, I guess no news is good news, Please put it on the UAM thanks

Done.
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Re: The Backgammon Cave Update

Postby Karkadann » Sat Mar 02, 2013 11:43 am

Thanks. You guys really hafta teach me how to play Backgammon one of these days.
Backgammon was one of those ages somebody suggested and it seems like an interesting challenge,
I don't really know how to play the game but I have an idea of whats required
As I recall one of the most challenging part of this age was getting the first set of dice to actually role instead of just sliding around
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