About to call it done. What do you think? More bloom, LenseFlare, Camera Dirt mask and Film Grain!?!
@wirrexx - Thank you for the detailed feedback. I was going for the cinematic look and I liked it looking gross and uncomfortable - like nothing good is going to happen here in this hacker basement. But I guess I got carried away with the camera FX and so I have dialed it back.
@particleman1010 Excellent work! You captured the concept extremely well with such a complex model. Only critique I would have is to watch your texel density in a couple places. At the bottom all the metal on the right side seems to have an even texel density but on the left the brace with the two white bobbles on it seems to be a much lower density. In this case I don't think it's a major issues since it's not the focal point, just something to watch out for in the future!
@ElyesBens It's not uncommon for people to keep plucking away after the challenge is over. (In fact it's encouraged!) Especially since there is such detail there I'm excited to see it taken further! @MikeKhine Beautiful sculpts you've done! Excited to see how they'll look once you've got them assembled.Only critique I'd have is that your coin piles are a bit strange. The bottom one I think is good, particularly on the left side, but the ones next to the chair overlap a lot and the coins don't sit naturally. Coins typically pile horizontally (give or take maybe 30 degrees of roll) as that's how they're most stable.
Just bit of update from me, pushing through last week (or a week and 2 days) of the challenge!- finished with monitors/screens and metal works, I think the scene looks far better with finished screen textures. - struggle a bit on floor material, its kinda wet but also dirty/dusty? I'm sure I'm gonna tinkering it later - uses deferred decal for pillar edges. neat trick!@MikeKhine : nice sculpts! if I can squeeze some critics is that the size of the wood pillars and stone gate are a bit too small for me (compares to the throne and coins for example). in the concept, the throne is smaller than the gate or the wood pillars.