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    Even if the history says that we still need it, officialy Maduro is no longer president since two days ago IIRC (Even when he never was legally president so he is now double illegal dictator) recently the traitors after a lot of pressure of the citizens they did what they had to do a long long time ago, so our "Millitary Forces" are forced now by the law to remove from the charge Maduro but they wouldn't we can only hope on another international forces and we need a mass cleaning of our millitary forces since most of them are criminals and they will remain doing harm to people with or whitout president so yes, belive it thats our only hope no matter what.
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    The yellowish touch of the middle texture is good but the problem in the roof is the same i had before with some metal and wood textures when baking the shield, if the base colour is dark it may need another colour even more darker for dirtyness but also for little details, can you share the texture pack so i can have an idea how its the roof or from what is made so i can try one on procedural later?
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    @stanislas69 @Alexandermb
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    @LordGood any pro tip or examples 3D or Age2 mods?
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    The problem with Romanesque... http://www.cathedralquest.com/gothic_architecture.htm
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    Wrong topic...
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    More late Romanesque
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    Is very Gothic, contrast with Romanesque of the other buildings.
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    Aachen Cathedral, the topmost structure, shouldn't be used. Only the central octagon is Carolingian, but you can't see it here, because it's obscured by the later (14th C-20th C) additions. Also, the straw (?) roofs of the frontal and central structures look quite dark; perhaps they could be made lighter? The text on diet is interesting, the drawing of those buildings is even more interesting, but what I personally find most interesting, is the size of those animals in Carolingian times compared to now; it's something everyone should be reminded of from time to time; thanks for sharing!
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    This are for now the caro structures we have, my priority is finish those that still are anglo buildings for properly caro buildings. Church replaced now its market and a new desing for Fortress, walls there are plenty of walls desings in this forum somewhere that i can use later but market and fortress have higher priority since temple is done (has about same lenght and height of the roman temple maybe a little more)
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    Except by the middle one all textures seems interesting.
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    Sorry that picture didn't had parallax enabled:
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    Guys check boss-shield http://sagy.vikingove.cz/tag/shields/ http://deremilitari.org/2014/02/carolingian-arms-and-armor-in-the-ninth-century/
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    Caro church done:
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    @wackyserious Reference from a museum
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    Nearly done the church:
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    Do you have any reference that I could use?
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    It looks good, BUT the stones were made to keep the hay in place and the roof curves were made to depict hay so it looks weird that the roof is not flat.
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    A warmer tone for the wattle and daub. @stanislas69
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    so, their textures could be rectangular bricks and not stones like the ones i used as caro B.
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    http://deremilitari.org/2014/02/carolingian-arms-and-armor-in-the-ninth-century/ There more about equipment....
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    Indeed. some call Frankhelm or Scola helmet. The Psalterium Aureum was made in the second half of the 9th century in St. Gallen, a monastery in today's Switzerland. Note the peculiar helmet, and also note that a steel helmet was a very valuable piece of equipment, just as expensive as a good sword. It was also an extremely important piece of equipment. With an unprotected head you couldn't last long in battle, especially if attacked by cavalry. Here is another picture from the "Vivian Bible", the Bible of Charles the Bald. It was commissioned by Count Vivien, the lay abbot of St. Martin at Tours, and presented to Charles the Bald in 846. https://www.tf.uni-kiel.de/matwis/amat/iss/kap_b/advanced/tb_4_2.html#_2 A lot of controversy with those. http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?225349-The-Great-Conflicts-main-discussion-thread-Please-post-here!/page90
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