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Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by Per, Jun 25, 2010.
Yeah, but by how much?
Why didn't you post about the epic Eric Caen interview?
I don't know what you're talking about, it's right there.
Actually, it should be "Eric Caen", not "Herve Caen". How could you confuse the famous Caen brothers?
Also, where the hell's Corith lately?
Geez-us. This thingie just had me made an account after several, or at least, 200 years of lurking. Hence: Hello World!
- it might be considered a flame, but: it indeed is concept art, as long as it transports a certain kind of "vibe", it works. In this reality, unfortunately, it just has to do ...exactly this. One trying to put certain realism into concepts will fail. Which is because of a) the pressure of workflow, b) the fact, that realism won´t never be achieved in a ...simulation, although I might admit, that it indeed would be better, if these blood-ish thangs just had have been rotten .
( Realism as in: plausible canon-based whatever, not as in: just avoid being physically accurate.... as an exuse )
In summary: be nice to that concept-art-dude unless you are able to spill out something like that on your own. Not meaning nice words to describe a setting, but making it alive via [ in this case: a rather quickly-ish done digital painting ].
We got those tools to mod. As they say nowadays...anything goes!
Edit: axe-cuse mee eenglish, Krautland and such
I refused to use the car in Fallout 2 because the rubber tires would have been gone that long after the war.
Oh wait, no I didn't.
I don't get the attitude that the game should be realistic. Fallout was NEVER about realism. Science! isn't realism.
If you are yammering about the time it takes rubber to decay, you're nitpicking. Big-time...
That's because they are patented super-duper Highwayman tires from 2067, processesed to extend durability so that they *never* decompose. Forget ducking under your table for cover when the nukes strike - a stack of highwayman tires will keep you safe from anything!
i total agree, there is no point in looking for science in sfi game
altough in this case, i dont see a problem the key here is:
iirc rubber break down (not decompose) in the sun because of UV radiation so its fair to assume that in warehouse it will take them a lot more time to brake down more like few hundred years.
Never, NEVER!! EVERRR!!! AAAAAHH!!
:then he runs away covered in flames:
Alec, he wasn't asking you specifically.
For the concept art, I don't know what's the problem with it guys. I love it! It looks JUST like my garden!
Still don't know what you're talking about
Oh so now Fallout was a sci-fi game? mmmkay...
No hahahaha seriously I thought it was a screenshot at first I just looked very quick hahaha
There is a new concept art by now.
but dont get to excited, as reminder of what concept art really mean, i'll post those of FO3 and we all know how that turned up:
Actually, this one is not Fallout 3 concept art. It's fan art by Defonten who was coincidentally later hired to do concept art for FOOL.
i just been to the earthrise site, the guys from whom interplay licensed the game engine and here is some screenshots, i picked up to demonstrate its capabilities to incite you imagination a bit:
correct, i missed that.