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author - Ken 'kat' Beyer
rel' date - 15 Mar 05
name - Little Rock
pk3 file - map-kat1024.pk3
game - FFA, Tourney
bots - Yes - this is Klesks arena.!
info - A small 1024x1024 'terrain' map including *.map file sample map and editor assets to accumpany the 'modelling a map tutorial' here.
kat1024_assets is a zip file only so content needs to be extracte into your ..\baseq3\ folder before the included *.map file can be opened in Quake 3's editor (GTK, QeRadiant etc..)
The new multiplant pack fixes a number of bugs and issues in the original files but it may cause conflicts and or errors with maps you have in your baseq3 that use the old files. If this happens simply remove the updated version - although it may cause missing assets in kat1024.
weapons - RL, GL
map-kat1024.zip* required for Q3 play
zzz_md3-multiplant.zip* required for Q3 play
zip file [total size c.7.1 MB]
kat1024 master - contains all the above
Download from KatsBits
The following file is the Blender *.blend file used for use in kat1024 shown above. Only the 'terrain' sections were modelled with some small amounts of brushwork being used to 'pad' out or 'humanise' the overall map. The lanterns are separate ASE models and not included in source. A few things to note about this model;
When looking at the UVWmap please note that it appears hap hazard as individual units, bear in mind that the 'level' was UVWmapped as one object and then broken down into sections, this allowed better texture alignment.
In this particular instance the model is broken down into segments for the purpose of allowing texture blending using Q3Map2's 'alphaMod' capability and not for 'VIS' optimisations as would normally need to be done.
Design note : AlphaMod is a 'special' shader that's used in combination with a number of different 'value' control brushes which determined how 'strong' a blend is between two separate texture images.
If a terrain section needs to be 'blended' then the normal VIS splits need extra consideration with regards to how many times and where a model is broken down into segments; as with all ASE models where ever there is a 'split' like this is creates a hard line which is visible in game (it creates a 'smooth group').
Also included is an 'editor' checker texture that makes it easier to align the texture over the entire UVWmap.
File includes 1 x *.blend file and 1 x 512x512 editor image [800 KB]