Journal #8750

Posted 3 years ago2016-09-20 14:17:03 UTC
I have started learning Zbrush and UE4.

Here is a practice render/enviroment art shot. Tell me what you guys think. Also, I would gladly welcome new brushes, inspirational art or tutorials.
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Note: I am currently at the stage of UV mapping, baking and exporting low poly models to UE4. I will be releasing these assets after I am done, so you can use them in Source or Goldsource or wherever you want (:

9 Comments

Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 14:44:51 UTC Comment #48678
That looks awesome for starters! This is somewhat in the TF2 style, amirite?
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 14:52:01 UTC Comment #48674
Yes, stylized architecture! I am not going for realistic yet...
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 15:23:08 UTC Comment #48680
This looks very good. How much time did it take?
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 17:31:25 UTC Comment #48681
"Starting to learn"?, bullshit!!, that's been done by a pro, don't you lie to us!! (envy, again, is killing me), great work!! ^^
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-20 18:54:08 UTC Comment #48675
@Loulimi: It took around a week to finish. I had to read and follow a lot of tutorials to get the hang of Zbrush and stylized architecture. I did a lot of mistakes at first. But now that I know most of the tricks, I believe I can redo it in 2 days.

@abbadon: Haha thanks.. It really is a beginner work. There are still a lot left. Texturing, Baking, Low Poly meshes.. etc. Hopefully, I can finish the UE4 version until next week. What you see above has been rendered in a non-game engine. Rendered with UE4 materials made to mimic the UE4 engine experience, so it may look even better in UE4. We will see.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 01:14:16 UTC Comment #48673
That's gorgeous.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 05:08:49 UTC Comment #48679
Looks fantastic! Although I don't really see how TF2 fits into all this.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-22 21:52:44 UTC Comment #48677
Looks fantastic though my only criticism would be that some stones look like they take an unnecessary amount of wear - like they wouldn't be in high traffic areas or touched a lot.
Other than that AMAZING! :D
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-24 12:43:20 UTC Comment #48676
Thanks for the great comments guys. I appreciate it.

@Tetsu0: Now when you mention it.. That is true, I never thought about that. I guess, I was like "it looks sexier when it has more cracks and wear!"

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