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Thread: Fantasy creature: some poses
September 29th, 2004 #1
Fantasy creature: some poses
So I posted a thread on this fooorever ago, and rather than dig it up, im just making a new one. I can do that, im the moderator.
So on to the art
older version of the texture, but it shows off differnt angles.
its about 2967 triangles.
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this is really cool.
for what game?
or are you already working on a game?
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September 29th, 2004 #3
this is awesome. What kind of lighting do you set up to display your models ?
Is there something wrong with the alpha of the mane on the first pic ? Anyway, this is awesome I wish I knew how to do that
September 30th, 2004 #4
well actually their is no lighting on the model itself, i have the texture set to full bright. all of that is hand painted goodness.
the lighting for the base is a simple shadow casting spotlight and a skylight with global illumination turned on in max's renderer.
muffin, it was for fun but hopefully ill get it into ut someday as a vehicle.
yes right now i work on dark age of camelot for mythic entertainment. if you check my signature, you can see.
September 30th, 2004 #5
I saw this over at polycount too, cool stuff.
I would like to see a scaled version too, maybe you would let me rape it with a sdk?
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I like the design. What I especially like is the color contrast between the yellows of the flesh and the blues og the armor.
One thing does bother me though - the head looks unnatural and toy like. Largly I think this is due to the obvious mirrored construction. There is a flat and continuous plane running down the center of the head, around the muzzle and presumable under the jaw as well. I would sugest you either curve it out more or curve it in - even better do both and get a more interesting frontal cross section.
Another thing - if you ar using advanced lighting in max for the global illumination, I woudl suggest turning off adaptive undersampling if it is not already, and raise your filter sizes and rays/sample settings. I think this might get rid of the splocthy grainyness of the shadows.
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