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Can someone critique my texturing work?

Gun model, made textures in substance and rendering them out in Renderman with Annecy HDR. Film asset.

Any questions welcome.
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>>645866
post in fucking WIP board you cunt..
also texture sucks
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>>645866

>any questions welcome

why are you such an untalented loser? your model looks like literal trash, and there's not actual any texture on it. just a horrible shader with unnecessary bump mapping

looking forward to your response
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>>645940
>looking forward to your response
*mild chuckle*
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>>645866
What texture work?
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Looks like you just applied a substance preset texture.
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At least the model is deacent
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>>645979
I think that's just an extruded 2d silhouette
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>>645866
It looks like a cheap plastic casing for a toy. It doesn't have enough detail, and what detail it has appears to be not modeled, but added with maps.

The prop looks like a sole piece, instead of a complex mechanical design made of different parts.

If this is for C&C, why are you cropping out part of the piece? Why are you evaluating it under HDR lighting, and not a neutral background/neutral lighting setup? Why does it being rendered with PRman have anything to do with it being (supposedly) a film asset? Improve your presentation, show wires, even shaders, if you're looking for deeper feedback.





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