Here’s a quick update on the Smile Game Builder tutorials. I’m waiting for my new computer to arrive (scheduled for next week) before continuing with the tutorials. And then once the computer is here and set up, the tutorials are going to be restructured a bit. Besides, I’ve been focused […]
The Hi-Tex House Terrain Pack 1 for Smile Game Builder will be released this month. It contains 250+ different house wall terrains and variations, comprising Stucco, Red Brick, Orange Brick and Stone, and includes various lintels for placing above doors.
While experimenting with Smile Game Builder‘s graphics, I decided to try and beautify the windows. And this is the result.
These are some ore models I’ve been working on for Smile Game Builder, designed for use in my new crafting system, which are also part of the Hi-Tex Packs as well. The next modeling project I’d like to work on is a variety of rocks, so that’s where I’ll shift […]
I’ve been working on some lintels for Smile Game Builder so you can walk underneath to the door. This one needs a teeny bit of tweaking, but you can walk through the door. It always bothered me that there was this wide-open space above doors, so I decided to resolve […]
The Hi-Tex Terrain House Pack 1 for Smile Game Builder is finished. There are 65 terrains in this pack with a number of variations for you to use. The release date and price of this resource pack are yet to be decided.
I’ve been experimenting with some new texture techniques, so decided to try it out in a Smile Game Builder model. And this is the result. It doesn’t look too bad. This is part of my "secret" model theme – and there IS a theme to the models I’ve shared. This […]
Here are a few more Smile Game Builder models for my "secret" project, which I promise I’ll announce a bit later. These, and the models I post for awhile, ARE all part of that project. I’m not happy with the texture though so might have to tweak it a little […]
The Smile Game Builder model set poll I did recently did onFacebook and Twitter had some very interesting results. Thanks to all who participated in it. And it seems that the most popular guesstimate of what my model set – combined from Facebook and Twitter – was unexpectedly the "Old […]
The end-of-the-month November 2017 Smile Game Builder Monthly Digest is up (in line with keeping everything consistent for the last day or week of each month).