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Synoryth
08 August 2009, 11:54 AM
I started work on recreating a pavillion thatís at one of my relativeís house. Recreating it in 3D has been very simple thus far. The structure itself is nearly finishedĖjust a few small touches left. After that, itís all props (which there are a lot of, by the way).


This is intended to be a modeling test for meĖI donít plan on texturing any of it right away. Iím much more interested nailing it down geometry-wise. Below are a few renders and one reference photo. I took around 40 reference pictures.


So far, itís ~3700 triangles (not including the ground, of course). For the completed scene, I want to keep it under 8k, 10k max triangles.

Newest Image:
http://i744.photobucket.com/albums/xx84/synoryth/TEHRENDER.png

http://www.max-realms.com/uploads/newbb/43971_4a7b5acf5da57.png

Comments and crit appreciated.



~Syn

Synoryth
08 August 2009, 06:48 PM
Oh sorry, this is the wrong section. Could a moderator please move it to WIP/Critique: Game Art Design (http://forums.cgsociety.org/forumdisplay.php?f=39)

Thanks!

leigh
08 August 2009, 07:58 PM
I've moved your thread. Next time, rather PM a mod instead of posting in your thread, or else there's a good chance we won't see your request.

Synoryth
08 August 2009, 10:01 PM
Thanks Leigh, I'll be sure to if it happens again.

gsokol
08 August 2009, 11:34 PM
Looks like a good start there! Even if you aren't going to texture it right away, it would be a good idea to consider laying out UV's as you go, that will make it easier in the long run.

Are you from Carbondale, IL by any chance?

Synoryth
08 August 2009, 03:55 AM
Looks like a good start there! Even if you aren't going to texture it right away, it would be a good idea to consider laying out UV's as you go, that will make it easier in the long run.

Are you from Carbondale, IL by any chance?

I do plan on texturing some of it, but because of the number of props planned for the entire scene, not all of it (at least not right away). I live in Carbondale, Pennsylvania. Surprising how there's more than one. :) Thanks for the comments!

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