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Final module reflection

Graphics in videogames are changing very quickly and the production’s quality is reaching realism levels never imagined before. Thanks to software like Zbrush the modelling time process has been reduced astoundingly and the Zbrush’s modelling tools and methodologies have allowed character artists like Kris Kelly, Furio Tedeschi and Frank Tzen to create high realistic characters with incredible details, like wrinkles and pores and render them in real time in engines like Unreal. 1,055 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #20

This are the final results of the hair rendered in Marmorset, I will work further on it to get better results like making the hair strings thicker. 8 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #16

I have continued my hair tests following the instruction of a video to make long hair for videogames using Maya nCloth to set them in position. 148 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #15

In order to place the polygons I have found a free script, spPaint3d, that helps to place geometry on the surface of a second object. I tried it with my hair strip meshes over the exported ponytail base mesh to see the result. 46 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #10

I started doing several alien starship designs trying to drawing them with very organic shapes or directly with organic materials. I took several references like Tyranid star fleet from Warhammer 40k but also other artists creations that look organic and strange. 80 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #9

I used the same process that I used to paint the inion on the leader’s concept and shared both of them with the rest of the group. 17 more words

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Final Project Preproduction #8

In order to have a more deep understanding of the shape and movement of the alien leader’s head I did some studies of them with and without mask and from different point of views. 55 more words

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