It is not 100% perfect but it does work, so I'd say 90%, the turret is friendly to nearly all the friendly npc's, I'm still testing and find that the...
For the first time, us developers have argued over something. It's something minor, cosmetic, and just plain stupid but we reached a simple conclusion: Let the community vote on what they want.
The argument concerns the models for the Runner and Hunter teams. We've still got the original concept of having three classes, Offensive, Defensive and Medic, and we're working on models you can tell apart by their silhouette, just like Team Fortress 2's wonderful cartoony characters.
The new models need to be based off a simple human model and from there can be sculpted into the actual characters. The problem? There are two different bases we can use with different styles.
The first base is a more realistically proportioned one. All existing models are based on it.
The second model, by EnderSpeeder, is a more cartoony one. The proportions are different with slimmer arms and legs and the overall shape and style is different to what we currently have, shown here with Runner legs.
So the question is, which one to use?
Would you like to see Optic keep the current more realistically proportioned style it had from the beginning or move towards the cartoony side of the spectrum?
Here is each developer's reason to stick with each version:
Шill: I think we should stick with the original model, due to the better, more realistic proportions. The models already use it so I know how to unwrap it when I go to texture models based on it. I think it just fits the whole gritty, never ending war concept of the game too nicely to ignore.
EnderSpeeder: Using the cartoony ones is easier because they are already existent and have a good style because they're different from the style of other deathmatch mods, more unique. They are also really easy to model around due to me making them simple and easy to edit.
Votes will be counted on 24th July.
Why 24th? It's my birthday. :)
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