Post by studiomartillo on Feb 3, 2017 9:57:13 GMT -5
Here is a preview from a new set of Props in the works at Studio Martillo. This item needs a couple of fixes, and then on to finish the grand piano. The piano is CRAZY! It will have all 88 keys rigged so it can be played. That part is done, only the strings need to be created which will be implemented with a texture. THIS, the Jazz Bass, is almost ready and then a Jazz Drumkit comes next.
Post by StarLite Moon on Feb 3, 2017 12:00:28 GMT -5
Wow, these look great. I bet it must be a pain to make all those keys especially playable. I tried my hand at Wings 3D and Hexagon 2 once, but I have the attention span of a gnat lately. Have you ever thought about making games. You have 1/2 the hardest part down already, the graphics, engine work is simple depending on the engine, but I'll tell you right now learn how to code, because sooner or later you are going to need it. You do excellent work, well done
Post by studiomartillo on Feb 3, 2017 14:36:32 GMT -5
Post by StarLite Moon on Feb 9, 2017 22:38:08 GMT -5
Wow, you must have an awful lot of patience. Making games are very, very time consuming. My first game took 4 years, but that's because I had to learn everything from scratch including coding which isn't one of my strong suits, I hate it with a passion. First you have to write a story, then learn how to use an engine. I think the best engine to learn on is Point & Click Development Kit. It's very easy and it's been upgraded recently and the changes are fantastic. Once you have the hang of the engine then it's on to your graphics and there is a LOT of them, thousands in fact. That's the one thing I love about PSP tubes, it cuts down on a lot of unnecessary work. It's tedious work and very unappreciated by other developers, but true gamers appreciate the hard work. I'll post a link to the engine site in the Site Links area if you decide you want to take a look