Thanks goes out to Captain Ramen for posting that info on the discussion board.
More reviews converted from the Hut today. I've converted half of the JK Basic levels, in reverse alphabetical order. (Why? Because I can). You may notice that my review for JK Warzone I is different than the one I had at the Hut. That's because that was one of my less-than-better works, and I re-wrote it. More reviews on their way, both old and new.
I am pleased to announce the beta releases of CogED and JKStringsED - two of the programs that will be incorporated into Mod Maker. Download them, use them, then head over to the Mod Maker website and post your comments, discuss with others and check the latest MM news. If the programs don't load correctly, download and install the dll files.Dark Knight also updated his .plan over at jedi finger, so give it a look. Thanks for the news DK.
The very talented skinner, Al McDonald, has updated his site with a few new skins:
They look high quality as always, check them out.
The restaurant is really starting to take shape. Having a lot of fun designing the kitchen part. The kitchen is, in fact, two stories. The top part being an open attic area used for food storage. The main part of the kitchen (ground level) features your typical kitchen stuff - preperation benches, stoves, chopping boards, etc.
What I needed was an angle. It came to me in a flash! How to make skins on the cheap! Forget high-price software, I never use the sodding stuff anyway. Photoshop? Pah! All you want to do is play with the filters all day. Photo Paint? Spend half an hour just choosing the right brush setting. I don’t want to do that, and nobody really wants to spend that kind of money without having a good reason - and let’s face it, making skins is not a good reason for shelling out some major lettuce. So how can you make decent skins on a budget, and fast?Along with that, he's updated with a few more skinpacks, including (but not necessarily limited to) an Heir to the Empire Pack, and a Senate Pack. Info on these can be found on his News Page. Thanks Al for the work and thanks Jedi Finger for existing (that's where I got the news, BTW).
Author: Farrax Narrn
The tower looks something like the Empire State Building, with a radio tower on top. Don't hold me to the rendering of it, because I've never been there, and didn't have a picture handy when I made this.
This month, December 1998 celebrates the Mandalorian Wars "Manowars" one year anniversary! Throughout the year Manowars has developed into a fun action packed fast paced Death Match mod for Jedi Knight and now with the upcoming Manowar 3 it will soon be the same for for Mysteries of the Sith! I just want to say that we could never have done this without "YOU" the entire Jedi Knight gaming and editing community and all the wonderful Jedi Knight web sites! With that in mind, Manowar 3 for MOTS will be released very soon, hopefully sometime this month unless some unforeseen problem pops up :)! Manowar 3's game play has been greatly enhanced from what it was in Manowar 2!What is Manowar? Well it is an intense conversion for Jedi Knight (and soon MotS) that pits Mandalorian Warriors against eachother. The original was the first good mod to be released, and I have faith that this sequel will be just as fun.
Subject: Submit Level/Patch to MassassiPlease feel free to leave your input on the Discussion Board.
Level/Patch Type: JK Multiplayer Level
Author: Brian Lozier
This is a small multiplayer level set on a remote and abandoned planet. It consists of 4 main buildings surrounding a pool of water. There is a tower coming up from the pool that is designed for saber dueling. This level is intended for 2-4 players. Being so small, this level should provide for some fast and furious gameplay.