Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Randomletters » Wed 18 Jun 2014 02:03

Can't edit the spreadsheet, but here's Anbyon aka Hop and Glory.

http://puu.sh/9ygnJ/4f646534e3.gif

If anyone's interested the images I used were; 3, 15, 36, 56, 80, and 101.

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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby RangerPL » Wed 18 Jun 2014 02:29

I can't edit the spreadsheet either, but here are all the ones I've done:

_2x3_Esashi_v11: http://i.imgur.com/qcxBDgi.png
_3x3_Chongju_v11: http://i.imgur.com/rrWDQxV.png
_3x3_Gangjin_v11: http://i.imgur.com/XgJ4tgy.png

Being able to edit zones would be unbelievably cool. I can think of a number of interesting things you could do with the existing maps.
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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Gronank » Wed 18 Jun 2014 02:56

Thank you very much.

Apparently, it doesn't seem to be possible to allow public editing of a document, but I've added the contributions so far.
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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby RangerPL » Wed 18 Jun 2014 04:02

Here's two more:

_3x3_Pyeongtaek_v11: http://i.imgur.com/HlcHSMR.png
_3x2_Sangju_v11: http://i.imgur.com/MRpR05l.png
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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Guggy » Wed 18 Jun 2014 04:49

The ancient pantheon of Wargame modding. Hob, Enohka, and Gronank.

Beautiful work as always, gentlemen!

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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Mikeboy » Wed 18 Jun 2014 04:51

Many thanks for working on this, as ever you've done a great job.

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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Randomletters » Wed 18 Jun 2014 07:34

_2x3_Boseong_ aka Hop and Glory

http://puu.sh/9yCs1/fbf8e1dfe0.png

By the way, is Port Wonsan already done?

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Postby FleF[FFR] » Wed 18 Jun 2014 08:41

Does it exist a dds converter able to batch process a conversion into a more common picture format?

I think I got the pattern for the tiling (it is quite easy but bound to dds matrix's size).
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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby Gronank » Wed 18 Jun 2014 14:20

Randomletters wrote:By the way, is Port Wonsan already done?

Yes, it is done.

FleF[FFR] wrote:Does it exist a dds converter able to batch process a conversion into a more common picture format?

I think I got the pattern for the tiling (it is quite easy but bound to dds matrix's size).


A quick google gave this result. It should work. I can also give you the source code for the extractor, if you know what sequence of images to use.

Automatic building of these maps is good because I think some of the naval maps might be a bit tedious to piece together.
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Re: Dispatches from the frontlines of zone editing

Postby FleF[FFR] » Wed 18 Jun 2014 17:29

Or to integrate new maps faster.

but I thought about finding the chain of functions that cuts the main picture because Grosnours is struggling with Waterworld. :)
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