That is the big problem - if I had radiant in work i'd be the best mapper in the universe. But I haven't. So i'm not.
I get all these cool ideas, but by the time I get home, i'm so knackered the last thing I can be bothered to do is to align textures to within a pixel on the detailing i've created.
I'm pretty sure the best way to learn to map quickly is to have a fast internet connection in the house, so you can test things as soon as you read about them.
I'll wait to get broadband where I live before even attempting Terrain, alphamodding etc.
Tip 2: Bored of flat looking walls and ceiling? Why not try modelling some of the detail in textures on them with detail brushes? It really does make a difference to the "being there" aspect of the game....
Last edited by Codja X; 06-30-2004 at 09:42 AM.