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17 minutes ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

Seria bueno un tutorial de como hacer ese techo. Al menos tu técnica fue muy precisa. Gracias. No solo seria util para mi.

Ese edificio fue un boceto rápido que hice en un par de minutos. No es en modo alguno una versión final. Porque tiene problemas. En los screenshots siguientes se ve uno de esos problemas y cómo resolverlo.

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Buenas , ya tengo los nombres para los edificios , pero igual si alguien tiene nombres mejores o puede revisarlo... 

 

-Posibles edificios;

 

------Edificios comunes; (15)

1.Centro cívico;-----------------(Ol noj nah)
2.casas;---------------------------(Otooch)
3.Almacén;----------------------(Kohknal)
4.Alquería;-----------------------(Mol nal)
5.Corral;---------------------------(K'al mut nal)- corral de pavos-
6.Torre de defensa ;---------(ichnal)

7.Cuartel;-----------------------------------(Bate nah)
8.Herrería;----------------------------------(K'al pibil)
9.Templo;-----------------------------------(Pib naah)
10.Muralla;---------------------------------(Pa')
11.Huerto;----------------------------------(Tz'apli)
12.Mercado;--------------------------------(K'iwik)
13.Puerto;----------------------------------(Kayoom nah)
14.Fortaleza;-----------------------------(Noj tuun atoot)

15.Torre defensiva grande;-----(Chak ichnal)

 

-----Edificios especiales; (6)

16.Cancha de juego de pelota;---------(Pitzil)
17.Biblioteca;-----------------------------------(Hu'un nah)
18.Templo mayor;-----------------------------(Noj witz)
19.Observatorio;-------------------------------(K'inob)
20.Acrópolis;-----------------------------------(Chak yotoot)
21.Maravilla;------------------------------------(¿?)(depende de la estructura le buscaré el nombre en los diccionarios)

 

Disculpen las molestias.

 

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-Eliminar el diseño de la Greca escalonada/Tonalpohualli/Picalic/Xicalcoliuhqui
es diseño geométrico zapoteca , no maya .Originario de Oaxaca (México), se extendió por toda mesoamérica.


https://arquitectura.unam.mx/uploads/8/1/1/0/8110907/4_capítulo2.pdf (info del símbolo)
https://www.academia.edu/8093855/La_Greca_Escalonada_en_la_Cultura_Maya_Antigua (introducción de la Greca Escalonada en El Mundo Maya , Leer página 13 capitulo 2 y página 114 Capítulo 4 )

 

-Parece que la Greca Escalonada o "Xicalcoliuhqui" fué introducida en la arquitectura maya entorno al (480-500 D.C) y en la cerámica y ropa entre los años (350-650 D.C) en el Clásico Medio y tardío , no en el preclásico.
 

Xicalcoliuhqui.thumb.png.c59f3bc7a901ddb9bd9b4a241a0b1d6f.png"Xicalcoliuhqui"

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But the classics for terra magna? Would preclassics be better? We have several interesting cities from that time, including several that became important in the classic (tikal for example).

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6 minutes ago, Lopess said:

 

But the classics for terra magna? Would preclassics be better? We have several interesting cities from that time, including several that became important in the classic (tikal for example).

both i like both

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Just now, Lopess said:

Lately I'm reading a little bit about Izapa and Kaminaljuyu from the pre-classic. Together with the Epi-Olmecs, they would be good neighbors for the Zapotecs.

I'm going to need that, what I know about Mesoamerica is basic, I live in a Mesoamerican country, but my attention is more drawn to Rome.

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14 minutes ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

I'm going to need that, what I know about Mesoamerica is basic, I live in a Mesoamerican country, but my attention is more drawn to Rome.

Rome is also cool, lol There is a lot of material in Spanish, mainly on academica.com. The classic Maya are really well studied and architectural sources would not be a problem nor the names for heroes. I can believe that two civ Tikal and Calakmul could fit into the millennium ad.

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1 minute ago, Lopess said:

Rome is also cool, lol There is a lot of material in Spanish, mainly on academica.com. The classic Maya are really well studied and architectural sources would not be a problem nor the names for heroes. I can believe that two civ Tikal and Calakmul could fit into the millennium ad.

Post Classic.  I really like the textures of those renders. I'm going to imitate them.

Color, not so much the ornaments. Just details.

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