I have been working on a new Unreal Tournament 3 multiplayer level for the past month and thought I would show my progress. Once completed, I plan on making two version of it; capture the flag and deathmatch.
Also wanted everyone's opinion on something, I am trying to break into the game industry as a level/environment artist and I am planing on using this level as a portfolio piece. My issue is that the level contains some static meshs from Epic that come with UT3.
I did the layout plans, the block out phase, the bsp textures, the modelin/texturing of a few of the static mesh, the lighting, the scripting, and bot pathing myself but I am wondering how a potential employer would see such portfolio piece when it contains assets that come pre-packaged with the engine. Would a simple disclaimer mentioning some of the static mesh are from Epic be enough?
Should I go for a detailed breakdown of what I did? Any insight is appreciated.
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Any comment/critics/insight are welcome.