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ESCAPE - Classical Antiquity

Week 1

I love the paintings of Charles-Louis Cl

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  • pity
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    pity polycounter lvl 8
    It will be interesting to see the classic landscape in real time 3d! Good luck!
  • MarkB
    Week 2

    I finished all the trim pieces. After surface sampling each trim object to a lower resolution I used dDO for the texture work. I then started work on the High resolution pillar top object.

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    Dynamesh and the Zbrush decimation plugin are incredible. I was able to build the pillar top out of multiple pieces slamed together in Maya. I then used Dynamesh to produce a clean quad and water tight asset without using any messy booleans. I then ran the decimation plugin to bring the in game pillar asset down to 4000 tris.

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  • raul
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    raul polycounter lvl 11
    This is starting to look really cool!
  • ZeroStrike
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    ZeroStrike polycounter lvl 8
    Those trim pieces look great.
  • MarkB
    Week 3

    (late update, could not find time so I'm updating a week later)

    I finished work on the pillar. The top is very ornate so I decided to keep the column simple with just a few cracks. I then started work on the main block modules that will make up most of the basic architecture. I just hammered down the edges with a planar brush and used a few alphas for detail. I like to sculpt multiple objects at one time in Zbrush to save time when sampling and texturing. I usually sculpt all the objects that will be on the same texture sheet at the same time.

    Here is the pillar sculpt in Zbrush.
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    Here are the basic stone blocks that will be used hundreds if not thousands of times in the real time environment.
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    Here are some of the ornate details that will line the roof of a tunnel.
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  • MarkB
    Week 4

    I textured all the block and ornate modules and started assembling some assets together in Maya to see how they sit together in a scene. I unified all the textures and made some adjustments based on how the assets look put together. I also started sculpting two high detail trees for the scene.

    Here is what the tunnel roof will look like
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    Here are most of the basic modules sitting together in Maya
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    Here is my workshop file where I can play around with the pieces and see if they are working or not.
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    WIP hero trees
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    Working on the texture in dDo
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  • roosterMAP
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    roosterMAP polycounter lvl 9
    very nice sculpting work!
  • bisenberger
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  • narticus
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    narticus polycounter lvl 7
    Really really nice looking! How's this coming along? Care to share how you created the detailing? Custom alphas in zbrush? Or were the alpha's photo sourced?

    Found this thread through a google search, actually. I'm looking for info on creating this type of detail in zbrush. Having a tough time converting a photo to a clean alpha. Just looks messy when I DragRect it out.
  • feber12
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