Monday, March 30, 2009

Trashed 3D

I didn't put this up for my health! I was wanting some
REAL constructive feedback. I appreciated the comments
already made.









Here's what I've been working on. In the UV mode and I've got a blue ambient lingh on it. Still lots of work left. Just wanted to post.

Added:UPDATE













11 comments:

Mr Goodson said...

I think I've got tetanus

Tom Moon said...

A real nice job Krayonzilla.

Krayonzilla said...

Thanks

Mr Goodson said...

Yeah Jim. It looks really good. Just to let you know, it's more than I've ever done in 3D.

A lot of level work will be saharing of assets. You might just be doing the tress and everyboduy is populating the scene with your trees.

Mr Goodson said...

It looks like I was drunk when I did the previous bit of typing

Deane D said...

That is amazing. I like all the grungy details and general squalor.

Mr Goodson said...

I'm going to post another comment to sucker you in to checking for attentive critiques of your work

krayonzilla said...

You jackass.

Krayonzilla said...

U Jackass...twice.

Bre said...

Constructive feedback?

Everything here has the same specular level. Wood and metal do not have the same amount of shine in real life, so they shouldn't in 3D. Make the metals more reflective and the wood less- in the parts that are rusty/beaten up on the metal, make that less shiny. Also try adding some bump maps to your textures.

Play around with your lighting setup, especially your shadows. It looks like you're using the daylight system or some variation of it (At least that's what it's called in MAX, the only program I am familiar with) but colored lights/various intensities of target spots might make your lighting more dramatic. Dramatic=more interesting!

Hope that helps. :)

Krayonzilla said...

Thanks Bre, whoever UR. I've already been bumping the specular levels and adding more detail + lighting adjustment well after this was posted. Just throwing a hook out there for comments when I first posted. Thanks for your CONSTRUCTIVE technical comments. I appreciated that.