Untitled Project - Andrew Hamilton

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  05 May 2006
Untitled Project - Andrew Hamilton

Howdy all,

I've just started on a personal side project and thought i would share the progress. This is the first room 70& complete, which will travel to the corridors upstairs and outside to a run down courtyard.

These are just simple 3dsmax renders with no lighting (ive painted the lighting into the diffuse) as it will soon be in the ETQW engine recorded as an ingame demo and rendered for a portfolio piece. Also note that there is no specular, normal or parallax mapping yet.

Hope you guys like the progress so far

I have to double check which of my monitors is displaying the image correctly, on one its a nice green, and the other its more grey :/
Andrew Hamilton
Environment Artist - GRIN Stockholm
  05 May 2006
awesome dude. i love it!

  05 May 2006
Beautiful textures!!!
  05 May 2006
Thumbs up

Awesome, Andrew! Absolutely love it, reminds me of home!

  05 May 2006
Holy textures, Batman! That looks absolutely amazing. Incredible texture work, and I love all the random crap strewn around.
  05 May 2006
beautiful texture work!

truly inspiring. :O
  05 May 2006
really nice work so far, love the gritty mood you've added though painting the lighting in, I don't believe it's been a waste painting it in. Gives you more artistic direction and will make the development process possibly faster.

My only crit is the brick size that’s exposed due to the plaster falling off. If you look at the size of the steps each brick should be a similar height, currently they look twice this confusing the sense of proportion of the room.
  05 May 2006
****ing sweet- I think you should push hard with this project. dont know if your thinking about this in a business sensibility, but I think what your doing here (pushing the bounds of ingame textures) you could very well find yourself in a nice nitch when it comes to employment. all the time you see character artists and world artisrts, but the "facade artist" is something that I think will be in high demand in the future. could be wrong,

but basically I cant wait to see the finished product-

as for crits, the only thing that bugs me after looking for a while is the size of the bricks in relation to the stairs. I suppose if they are cinderblocks the size is good- but they seem a bit red to be cinder blocks.

Last edited by Konstruct : 05 May 2006 at 12:21 AM.
  05 May 2006
beautiful work fella. i'm with mindrot on the vertex bake suggestion. how big are those texture sheets anyway?

keep it coming.

...a frightful fiend doth close behind him tread...
  05 May 2006
I would say you wasted a good number of polygons, but thats just too amazing to say no to... Wonderfull work, as I scrolled down I thought it was a high poly model... the texture work is AMAZING!... The detail in them makes the whole scene look not only real... but the textures create more depth than I have ever seen in a texture... Wonderfull work!
personal notes:
- He who forgets to save... Crys when modo crashes.
- Thats the last time I join verts with the UV Map selected...
  05 May 2006
Ok..this is freakin great stuff...just awesome..Im picturing dead bodies etc in there. But really...All that detail...how many 1024s you use? or 2048s? Not none the less Ill be lookin for the rest of this baby..
Portfolio: HERE
Car Build: HERE
  08 August 2006
Plugged. Can't let this gem hide as a WIP.
"There Really is No Secret"
Martin Brennand - mocha Product Manager - Imagineer Systems
  08 August 2006
Excellent atmosphere! Great texturing work and design.
  07 July 2007
Amazing work oO
  09 September 2007
What an art piece!! Love the atmosphere.

That sounds bloody amazing!
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