Sundry Items

#61

Conversion of a charming little halfling mill with a working waterwheel in back:


It’s tintable, and the door opening is sized to fit the Botumys Hobbit door.

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#62

More CadNav conversions – rock arch, primitive props, hobbit mill, (planescape?) water tower, and a very nice wagon model.

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#63

Here’s another set. I’m getting getting close to the end now with a total of 179 new placeables already. Just a few more to go.

That glowing lava vent should come in particularly handy. Plus the skull rock and more ruins. I’m not sure about the decaying bridge though; the narrow width will likely cause walkpathing issues. But maybe it’ll be useful for decoration.

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#64

Here’s a cache of old dead tree models I came across, then ported:

I think these will serve nicely for a variety of purposes. Creepy forest, anybody?

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#65

That’s timely for SOAR.

PJ

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#66

Oh sweet dead forest baby, where have you been all my ghoul-infested marsh’s life?

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#67

The completed set is now available for download. Enjoy!

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#68

Fabulous, thanks!!

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#69

Guard tower, WiP:

Basic texturing complete. Just needs some fine details.

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#70

In-game shots:

Tinting included. The texture files are pretty beefy though; best to be selective about using this I’d say.

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#71

Just gorgeous rj!

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#72

Working on some additions to the set:

Think I might round out that pile of feathers a little.

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#73

Bow saw:

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#74

Let me just say that the work that you do you is staggering. That goes for a lot of the brilliant content creators on here, the things you guys are capable of is mind blowing. Cheers mate, well done.

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#75

The updated version 2 is released with an additional 25 placeables.
https://neverwintervault.org/project/nwn2/hakpak/original-hakpak/city-state-project-sundry-items

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