Thanks Bogie these are GREAT!!!
Cool stuff - i've tried converting creatures into statues before but didn't have great results - mind sharing the settings/textures you used?
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I just played with the settings till they looked "right" I started with 100% desaturation, the original hide was very dark, I think I lightened it about 50% then increased the contrast about 20%. The texturizer / sandstone I don't remember the settings, but I made it less bumpy than the default. Hope that helps a bit, but I think the settings depend on what the original images looks like to start.
I am currently on page 10, opened around 20 tabs with stuff to snatch and trying to persuade myself to stop and go watch the argentina-netherlands game. These are awesome. I was thinking of adding a well (or something to look in and see a different location, a bit like dumbledore's thingy) and I just stumbled upon it. Thank you o so much.
Thanks, when I started this thread I never imagined it blowup to this size.
I am in total awe of all the work you have put in here. Thank you so much for these items. I just spent two hours sorting through this post and am very excited to have some really great quality stuff to work with.
One thing that has been plaguing me is upright sarcophagi. I am finishing a Egyptian based tomb for use as a VTT. The laying down sarcophagi are taking up to much space and I want my mummies in the upright and ready to attack position!
I saw on page 26 you started addressing this with Knight's tombs and advice for Egyptian?
Thank you again for sharing!
1: Welcome to the Guild Xeno
2: Glad you like all the items I've posted.
3: I have just the Sarcophagi for you ( but they are not mine, just posted by others on DundJinni.
And a few other Egyptian things:
Again none of this is my art, but you are welcome to use it.
Also here is a link to the DundJinni Forums website where all this came from. I did a "Search" for Egyptian objects. There are a lot more there for you, be sure to follow a lot of the links.
Last edited by Bogie; 08-05-2014 at 01:24 AM.