How's she comin along? Mid-progress critique? You cunts generally give pretty good suggestionsis she good enough to roast a shrimp on or a bit how ya goin still aye?
>>542186heres a sneaky sideshot cunts
show the asset set, without heavy bloomcan judge by assets individually, your scene composition is good but i can barely see the detail
>>542186this place looks like a beat-up shithole. why are the boxes and floor so perfect?
>>542188I would but this whole scene contains 4 assets lol
>>542189I wouldn't say they're perfect, they're pretty dirty, or did you mean geometry wise?
>>542191yeah, seems like the wood would be a bit rotten and broken up or something since the metal is fairly rusty.
>>542190anyway, you need to lay off the composition/filter a little.if its a game environment id assume u rendered it in unreal to begin with. so first off i noticed its a game environment because of the shape of the beams, you tried to be economical.if its a portfolio piece take advice on what i said about the detail. you want to capture as much detail as possible. employers want to see what you are up to.
it's a near masterpiece. Its only flaw is its missing characters
>>542194Would you recommend creating a more naturally clean environment to showcase a multitude of assets? This was my first time using the Unreal engine, recently having moved over from unity, So the over-composition may be due to my eagerness of discovering new tools' Cheers for the advice
>>542198>Would you recommend creating a more naturally clean environment to showcase a multitude of assets? no, right now you have a killzone 3-esque setting.
>>542198what im saying is keep the beauty shots but have technical shots as well.if this is your render no need to change it, maybe showcase how the textures works individually to create the material
I love the scene, but as far as criticism goes, your spec map on the red barrel looks too smooth and plastic-like. Additionally, the metal beam encircling the top scene has a few geometric straight edges that wouldn't be problematic if the other side of the beam wasn't so smooth.
>>542186It sort of looks like you have chromatic aberration on pretty high and was wondering if you could turn it off for your screenshots as well, just for /3/. For renders it looks real nice but would make it easier to look at your stuff from a technical perspective.