Today id like to congratulate the winner of the Banner image contest which ended two days ago on the 14th. First off, I would however like to thank all applicants for there time and effort, I received some really great pieces. Displayed below are the runners up and their works.
Thankyou all for participating, commiserations to those who didnt win.
Stay tuned for more mod related info.
Mod Progress Report
Just to let everyone know what is going on, im currently testing out some optimisation methods for increasing the performance of my mod. At present im getting 18 Fps with 200 units present in view simultaneously, that is compared to 50 fps + with normal MoW models. I plan to increase my mod performance to 28/30 fps to finalise my optimisation. These performance quotes are with all graphics settings on full/high with 8x antialisating and 16x antistrophic with full shadowing at 1280x960.
The model posted yesterday is 5000 polygons, I hope to bring this down to 3900/4000 to hopefully boost fps performance by 10-12 frames.
4GB 800mhz Ram
2.8ghz Core 2 Duo
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