Bloodstone: The Journey Home is a third person role-playing total conversion of Valveā€™s Half Life 2 - Episode One, using the Source engine. In this modification, Khrinz, a common farm boy is plunged into an unknown world of magic and deceit, on the brink of an unstoppable invasion by a technologically advanced race. Bloodstone - The Journey Home is being developed by the 3rd year project group "Greenhorn Production" of the "Computer and Video Games" course at the University of Salford, UK. Please check our our website (www.bloodstone-thejourneyhome.com) for more details about the game.

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Ragiko
Ragiko

The Wolf looks pretty good. However, it looks a little rough at some point (Like the legs -- although I understand that fur does appear rough).

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Harimau
Harimau

yeah agreed. the legs need some work..

I think the wolf looks too scrawny, actually, or perhaps it's a summer coat? even so, I think it needs to look a bit tougher and more fierce..
actually, the look reminds me of the Big Bad Wolf from fairy tales (or maybe roald dahl's renditions), moreso than a real wolf.

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BunnyJen
BunnyJen

He's looking good...nice abstract style ;)

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Henley Staff
Henley

love to see the polly count and rigging you guys have done for this.

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adamjamessinclair
adamjamessinclair

poly count for the model is 1888.

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luch174
luch174

it's good although he looks like hes stuffed, and wrapped in canvas lol :D but it is looking good keep it up

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CrowbarSka
CrowbarSka

I love that creepy grin, looks like something from a Roald Dahl book.

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ZeJudge
ZeJudge

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this model needs to be reworked, you cant put that in the source engine, you'd be insulting it!

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SteveZombie
SteveZombie

Go away.

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Piuneer
Piuneer

the model is alright for the most part. The biggest changes need to be on the legs. They don't have nearly enough detail and they are very, very tiny. Also, the bumpmapping needs to be more of a fur look instead of a, how lich174 said, canvas look. The forehead and the ears could be smoothed out greatly too. The source engine is much more powerful than this. Just a couple more hundred polies on this thing would look great.

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J.B.
J.B.

Yeah the wolf does look pretty scrawny but i think thats just the legs but the rest of it looks pretty good. Perhaps it could be made to look a little more evil by making the teeth a little longer and maybe adding a red stain around its mouth to make it look like its been eating people. Also one final criticism, work more on the bump mapping to make it look more like a shaggy coat :)

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djjonastybe
djjonastybe

Head, legs and shoulders look rought but it is a nice model.

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B10H4Z@RD
B10H4Z@RD

legs look like chicken legs but good model.

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SalesKital
SalesKital

awww it's a wolf, can i pet it?

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