Haiasi wrote: »
Model and rendering (Marmoset) is amazing. The textures could use a bit of work, as you'd want some discoloration or smears of black or dirt where the paint is peeling. To have paint peel without any other indication of wear makes it look odd.
The post you're using in Marmoset is also nuking out your already desaturated colors, making it feel kind of plastic-y.
Cav73 wrote: »
Great work. Beyond what's been stated before, there is one minor touch I would add. It might not get noticed once the guns are in. However, from the renders the texture detail on the hands is either washed out or needs more definition. Adding more worn edges and some battle scars would really be the icing on the cake. (imho) Still, great piece all around. Hats off to you.
laurentwauquier wrote: »
My 2 cents :
I really think you should keep the first white overburned background.
I'm not too sure why, but the model just stood out a hell lot more in those shots than in the last darker screens you posted.
Not too sure, but everything "popped" a lot more for me.
Hope this helps somehow in your decision on the background.
Anyhow, simply amazing work on this little fella.
Inspiration folder !