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  1. Hi!, i have been working on a high poly model of an athenian trireme based on "Olympias Trireme" for later bake on a low poly one and for fun. Here are some screenshots: Its also Modular for easy modyfing: Gonna be adding details and everything i can see on the references i have, and finaly leave the 3D model as a 3D Tour on Sketchfab in name of 0 A.D.
  2. Indeed. that's why you need use something similar to my suggestion. The Capitoline She-wolf (Italian: Lupa capitolina) takes its name from its location—the statue is housed in the Capitoline Museums in Rome. The She-wolf statue is a fully worked bronze composition that is intended for 360 degree viewing. In other words the viewer can get an equally good view from all directions: there is no "correct" point of view. The She-wolf is depicted standing in a stationary pose. The body is out of proportion, because its neck is much too long for its face and flanks. The incised details of the neck show thick, s-curled fur which ends with unnatural beads around the face and behind the forelegs. The wolf’s body is leaner in front than in the rear: its ribs are visible, as are the muscles of its forelegs, while in the back the musculature is less detailed, suggesting less tone. Its head curves in towards its tail; the ears curve back. The children themselves have a more dynamic posture: one sits with his feet splaying to either side, while the other kneels beside him. Both face upwards. They, too, are lean, with no trace of baby fat. https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ancient-art-civilizations/roman/roman-republic/a/capitoline-she-wolf
  3. They apparently also used small ships or is this just an artistic freedom to not to have to paint the full size? (Other than that I would love to have such small rowboats in. For landing on shallow coasts for example. And it would look nice. We could even have them on lakes.) Those are from the Sarazzins' invasion on Crete (820AD): I think a generic one could fit our needs. We don't really need one for every culture as long as they not as different as e.g. those of Venice were. (so for Venice we probably needed different rowboats. The decision is up to our artists.) Also tell me, if you think this kind of small ship is superfluous (or we just scale down a big ship, but this would look mysterious).
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