cromadbomber wrote: »
im still new to 3d modeling and sculpting so this is my first real attempt at making a rock:
coots7 wrote: »
damn WrichWK those are very cool stylized rocks. Can you post a link where were can see more for Arc Squadron? I want to see the application of these textures as well as the overall art direction of the environments. Textures look very cool
ken0y wrote: »
Some nice rocks here people, great resource Does anyone have any tip/tricks/techniques for a more painterly/stylised approach to texturing? I feel like my Zbrush sculpts are coming along nicely but I'm getting hung up on texturing as I do not want to focus on photographic reference/composition.
Is it just a matter of painting into the baked maps?
DougClayton4231 wrote: »
ErichWK: I really love the detail inside(?) of the asteroid.
carlobarley wrote: »
C&C very much welcome
ken0y wrote: »
@timspanjer I love the style of that set Tim, it's very simple yet effective, are you simple compositing photo reference with your baked maps?@ErichWK Erich, did you paint over your sculpt?
Griffin wrote: »
Some pics of my first in-game rocks, It was intended to be just a block-in rock, but I placed so many I think it might be more of a permanent fixture.
I love rocks too man, more to come for sure.
Mik2121 wrote: »
Nice rock bakagone It's just the brown parts that kinda look like rust. Otherwise, good results for being the first rock in some time!
Here's my latest rock. Not a fan of the diffuse which I kinda rushed, and I will go back to the hi-poly and remake it, then go back and remake the diffuse. But for now...
It's missing some sharpness and also a lot of detail. And some of the shapes are kinda too wavey, so I will try and work on that next.
MadMoon wrote: »
I'm going for basalt columns. Something similar to this, minus some of the water staining.
sltrOlsson wrote: »
I think it looks aweseom! Would be cool with some horisontal lines in the highpoly though, if you want to you can try crumple brush with the modifier set to 100. Then try different bush sizes and different pressure on your wacom. You need to be kinda light on your hand when working with crumple. If you don't use a Wacom, I'm sorry but you'r screwed
Brygelsmack wrote: »
Damn, I never seen that kind of rock before. Very cool!
tehrobster2 wrote: »
These are some awesome rocks guys, what kind of brushes does everyone use for their rocks ?