Grim Bear top down dungeon building set - Volume 1

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Added 2 years ago

Here is the Volume 1 of the modular dungeon set I've been working on. With fancy name of course. Leave a fav and/or comment and tell what you think and …

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Format: Autodesk FBX, OBJ (.obj)
Categories: Architecture, Fantasy, Furniture, Low Poly Model, Other
Usage Rights: All rights reserved
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Mandle (4 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
rfrijhoff (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Yay, thanks. Great design. Can't wait for volume 2.
Toneee (1 year ago)Inappropriate?
Great work... Cheers!! :)
Sleepydragon (1 year ago)Inappropriate?
This is awesome and very great work! Thank you for sharing this! I hope I can get my PC running again and try this out. :)
Antaus (1 year ago)Inappropriate?
This is a totally awesome set, thanks a bunch. It'll help a lot with my D&D dungeon dive renders.
GrouchoCaesar (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for this.
AlKoponen (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hey Pendraia,

Yes you can use the set for free in non-commercial mods too. I need to clear those terms up a bit..
Pendraia (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Wow...great work. I just wanted to clarify something. Is it okay to use for mods created for a game like Skyrim. They are distributed free...I'm just not sure if they fit into what you have said here about non-monetized games:

Free for personal use and for use in non-monetized games. If you a planning on using this set for commercial purposes or just want to support my work, consider more …
goofygrape (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
WOW it so cool thanks
hypnagogia (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Im not an expert with DAZ either, but I recently downloaded DAZ 4.7 I find it better importing the FBX files instead of obj. With this set I had no problems with it.. only a couple of textures I had to manually import. And you'll need to rotate models to their correct orientation. Really nicely done Al :)
AlKoponen (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hello Cedarwolf.

This is something different from my previous releases, which have been one or more standalone objects easy to place around.

This is a set of objects that snap together like legos, designed to be used mostly by game developers to create real time environments in different game engines.

I'm not expert on Daz Studio, so I can't say how the set fits the program. more …
AlKoponen (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi Arlesienne.

If you have the mtl files in the same folder as the obj still having problems, try deleting the mtl files altogether. It has solved some obj texturing problems for other users with Daz Studio previously. You might need to apply textures manually after that.
Cedarwolf (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Looks wonderful. As I know absolutely nothing about some of this stuff, will this work in DAZ Studio and/or Poser? Once you have an idea of how it works, how difficult is it to add characters and such?

Arlesienne (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Lovely, I adore your Poorfolks series and this will round it up beautifully! The only problem is that, after importing the OBJ, DS can't recognise the UV-mapping and I can't put materials into proper zones. Any ideas?

As for the new sets, I think something like Fort Ironwood would be fantastic.
hypnagogia (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Very cool thanks!
ad7ama (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you :)
thelufias (2 years ago)Inappropriate?
Wow...this is great...thank you....

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