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22 comments

  1. Ethreon
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    Now live

    http://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/23708/?
  2. Heaventhere
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    As always you come up with the most interesting ways to build houses. Thank you as, great set
    1. Ethreon
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      Now I want to see what you can do with them and your decorations
  3. Dapple92
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    Jaw on floor, say whaaaa.
    1. Ethreon
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      Do we need to call the Jaw Retrieval Services? ^^
  4. RaffTheSweetling
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    Are these custom meshes, Ethreon? Out of curiosity, and if they are, what program did you use? I'm learning the Maya>Mudbox workflow right now.
    1. Ethreon
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      I use MAX 2013 (migrated from 2016 due to lack of official plugins). Maya would probably be much better, but it lacks the beth support so I cannot use it.
    2. RaffTheSweetling
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      Really? I haven't looked too deeply into this, but I heard it was a simple case of exporting meshes from Maya as .obj, then open them up in nifskope.. I really have no idea though. If yourself or anyone who knows the workflow and wants to pm me that'd be awesome.
    3. Ethreon
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      IF you want collision on them yea. You can work in Maya and export it, but collision cannot be done in Maya.
  5. Fkemman11
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    Thank you for this! I was getting tired of 90 degree angles everywhere.
    1. Ethreon
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      Now with 33% more angle!
  6. AndyJP
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    Awesome! I definitely need more variety metal buildings in my workshop!
    1. Ethreon
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      The best of variety!
  7. Whitesacha
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    These look great can't wait..
    1. Ethreon
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      Don't need to wait anymore.
  8. carnagefiend
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    Dude, these look great! I cannot wait to put these to use! Wonderful work!
    1. Ethreon
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      Thanks
  9. H4RDC0R3V1B3Z
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    Awesome. I'll be watching these!

    Are they modular or prefab? Or even both? What is their connectivity like, can they connect with vanilla parts as well?
    1. Ethreon
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      Prefabs, no set until I have time for such business. They will have one floor+balcony snap in the front of each doorway and that's all. Should suffice for anything you need to do.
    2. H4RDC0R3V1B3Z
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      Definitely, they don't need to be overly-complicated. Simple is often better in some cases. Love the style of these and can't wait to try them out. Best of luck, friend.
  10. RaffTheSweetling
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    Absolutely gorgeous. Can't wait.
    1. Ethreon
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      Thanks !