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[Released] Greek Temple

Discussion in 'Assets and Asset Store' started by Nokobot, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. Nokobot

    Nokobot

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    Hey everyone!

    Nokobot is proud to introduce the Greek Temple asset pack, its a part of a series of assets we are working on.

    Please let us know what you think!

    >> The asset is already available on the Asset Store! <<



    The package contains 24 prefabs.

    Structure:
    2 Entablatures
    1 Pediment
    1 Pillar Type
    3 Premade Colonnade Sets

    Statues:
    2 Pedestal Variations
    1 Constructed Hydra Statue
    1 Constructed Ares Statue

    Armors and Weapons:
    4 armor pieces
    1 Spear Weapon
    1 Shield

    Vases:
    3 Types of Vases

    Bonus Floor:
    1 floor
    Including original substance file and a substance variation for use and alterations

    * Also included in the pack: Original created HDRI skybox, and special Cloud Particles System.

    >> You can get it now on the Asset Store <<





    >> Visit the Asset Store for more information <<
     
  2. AcidArrow

    AcidArrow

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    What happened to the roof of the temple? :)
     
  3. Nokobot

    Nokobot

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    Ares really enjoys sunbathing, so he tore it off ;)

    But really, there are different kinds of temples, the smaller and more remote kind (for example, or a remote mountain top), that were used to pay tribute to the gods, were actually, many time, roof-less :)
     
  4. AxlArt

    AxlArt

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    Great looking pack!
     
  5. Nokobot

    Nokobot

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    Thanks :)
    We how to see what you can do with it :)
     
  6. iPickle

    iPickle

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    Awesome work!
    I've used it for a prototype and it fits perfectly!