It is true; we've been dealing with an issue that unfortunately has been with us for a while, and that is the fact that we are having trouble finding coders willing to help finish our work after the ones we had couldn't stay in the project. However, I have been trying to find one recently and hopefully we get back on track, but I really can't tell you when that's happening.
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Nov 6, 2015Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Honestly, the CGI used in Jurassic World was very detailed, but like most of today's CGI (regarding living, moving organisms), it was too "smooth" and "fluid", making it seem unreal. I think the original movie's CGI may have been actually the opposite, and one of the reasons why it holds up to this day. I just hope if they're using it full-time now, it is like the original: more organic and real-looking.
Also, if these news are completely true, I am a bit heartbroken, because I'm an enormous fan of pratical effects. I mean, CGI can be incredible and you can do things we can yet never achieve with pratical effects, but pratical effects are REAL. They're simply real. Tom Cruise was actually on a plane in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation! In Mad Max: Fury Road, they exploded a ton of cars and people actually jumped from place to place like that! They could've done it using CGI, but it was real, and that's amazing to me.
Aug 22, 2015Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Well, our progress is good as usual. We have been slightly slowed down due to Blade's computer needing fixing, but it is merely a temporary obstacle. In the mean time, some concepts and animations -which must remain nebulous for the time being- have been developed to ensure the consistency of the mod's healthy state. We'll let the community know of any news, if such action is allowed, any time soon!
... What? I did not look up fancy words, okay?! ... Yeah, I did...
Jun 1, 2015Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I think he was vaguely quoting what Dr. Alan Grant said in Jurassic Park III, "What John Hammond and InGen did at Jurassic Park is create genetically engineered theme park monsters! Nothing more and nothing less."... Which is sorta true, considering DNA from frogs and other animals were used in their creation, making them not 100% true Dinosaurs.
That would explain why most are so different from their real life counterparts, but it's not necessarily a bad thing... It gives the creatures their own special style we know and love from Jurassic Park, as well as various possibilities to add creativity (like having a camuflaging Carnotaurus). I like it a lot, in fact.
Feb 4, 2015If you're reffering to Wave 2 when talking about the "last wave"... yes, there will be more creatures in future waves, as the mod is still very active and currently in development.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
PaleoCraft can be used with Biomes O' Plenty, but some things occur at the momment (some PaleoCraft biomes like the PaleoSea some times appear in the Overworld).
Jan 14, 2015Hey everyone! Sorry I've been absent for a while, it's been a somewhat busy time for me in these last few days. But I'm back now, and why not bring something with me in my return? Here's my concept for the PaleoCraft Ammonite!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Give me some feedback in here or in the DeviantART page itself if you have an account! Also, it's a personal side-project of mine, so it's not certain that it will be in a future Wave.
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Jul 4, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from PCAwesomeness
Quote from Commandosaurus
Completely random (Well not really, I just don't expect this to be added), but here's a quick example of how I'd organize all the dinosaurs with in different dimensions (Each ______: would be a different dimensio):
Triassic:This isn't every creature I would add, there are a lot missing. Once again, just an example.
Early Jurassic Laurasia
Early Jurassic Africa
Late Jurassic Africa
Late Jurassic Asia
Late Jurassic North America
Late Jurassic Europe
Early Cretaceous Africa
Early Cretaceous Asia
Early Cretaceous Europe
Early Cretaceous South America
Mid-Cretaceous North America
Mid-Cretaceous South America
Late Cretaceous Asia
Late Cretaceous Inland
Late Cretaceous Zuni Basin
Late Cretaceous Alberta
Late Cretaceous North America Other
You forgot Segisaurus, AGAIN.
At least I knew I was doing it this time
I would add every prehistoric creature ever if I controlled this mod.
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