Hearts of Oak: Conquest of the Seas is a non-commercial PC game being developed by PiratesAhoy!, and is to become the historical seafaring game to end them all! Fun, realistic gameplay on land and at sea, set during the Age of Sail, will provide extensive free play, exciting scripted storylines and intense multiplayer scenarios.

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plyuto518
plyuto518 Mar 17 2013, 2:29pm says:

AMAZING WORK!

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Cyb3r
Cyb3r Mar 17 2013, 10:17pm says:

nice work in blender how many polies in the model and how long did it take (just curious as a fellow 3d artist :P)

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Haereticus Mar 18 2013, 4:49pm replied:

It was actually made in Wings3D, and weighs in at 3532 polys - designed to be for first person use. I'll burn it onto a low-poly version for other uses. I'm afraid I'm not sure how long it took me - I did it in bits and pieces.

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MillyRainbowskittlez
MillyRainbowskittlez Apr 5 2013, 8:06pm says:

Not bad,not bad at all. Pretty spiffy :D

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SinKing
SinKing Jun 29 2013, 5:59am says:

I'd be interested in the low poly bake and its polycount. I expect around 900 tris and similar detail. So if this is highres, does that mean your first person telescope needs no normal maps (except for surface detail, later)?

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A quick render of one of the first completed non-ship assets for Hearts of Oak: a high-poly one-drawer telescope model, rendered in Blender.

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