https://sketchfab.com/models/8e4d43da699843239b4cb74ec4854bd4 Here is my fast gameart I did yesterday. Critique is welcome
It's just a can. Why don't you texture it?
Nice models on your account there.
Do you do it professionally?
Look at sketchfab link.
Thank you. I'm "wannabe gameartist"
like the model but the topology is killing me mate, if you could rework the handles on the top and the side of the can you'd have a much easier time texturing. It's not terrible to have lots of lines on the side, but when they all come together into a point like that it isn't necessarily the best solution. Still, not bad, but if you fix up your topo a bit it can be better!
I second this
as an actual asset creator i can tell you that this kind of model would be fine for a mod but not a full title.
the reason is the topology.
that kind of edgeflow messes with hitbox calculation and you would have to create a separate phys model for the calculation.
you should never model with tris as the game engine will always draw/convert the quads to tris for you.
with that being said, it looks pretty good shape wise.
if you can fix the topo it would be a game worthy mesh.
Are you fucking insane? Not even a full title would use a meshcollider for something like that. Slap a box collider and you're set.
>the reason is the topology.
this pretty much, your topo has to be on point to work professionally (unless you want to get a job at bethesda or something)
> Not even a full title would use a meshcollider
This. It's just a canister, why would you use anything else than simple box collider?
Even if it was some sort of Hero canister pic related would be the absolute most you'd need for physics.
Hero canister? Like, the canister is the protagonist?
As an important mesh that gets higher fidelity than other background objects. An example would be a story related object that is under close scrutiny. An example of this would be the player character models and important NPCs in GTA5. They are all hero character models as they are much more detailed than the standard pedestrians. Same for weapons, props and whatever you can think of.
Oh lol that makes a lot more sense, thanks
>you would have to create a separate phys model for the calculation.
So just like any other game object that has collision? Do you believe that the physics engine takes the same model that the renderer gets?
>you should never model with tris as the game engine will always draw/convert the quads to tris for you.
Except that triangulating before export will enable you to fix smoothing issues.
You have never worked on a game before.
You could probably get away with just a box collider.
Absolutely, I have no argument against that. I would just use a box. But if the pic I posted is the absolutely highest detail anyone would need for that mesh if it's a normal scale.
I laughed but then released I was on /3/.