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3.27 / 5.00

Date
04/20/2013
Category
3D Art
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1920 x 1080 px
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of
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A GoT cover.

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ZKJZKJ

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Apr 20, 2013

I see what your talking about with the bumps and if you look closely HipnikDragomir, its just the GoT case is designed. I'm sure it's supposed to look a bit streched seeing how it's laying on it's back and the image is facing upwards and not towards us. The lighting I could understand a lil bit but depending on how much light is coming from a certain area it like say a lamp for instance could be very accurate or poorly accurate...

All in all I think its a great representation of 3D art which looks like very realistic. The lighting IS a little excessive but like I said it depends on how much light is coming from a certain area.


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Carck responds:

Thank you sir :) I actually experimented a bit with smaller emitters to see how they changed the shadows and lighting in this scene! Love your reviews.


HipnikDragomirHipnikDragomir

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Apr 20, 2013

The texture

I don't know much about 3D modelling since I dropped it, but the front textured looks both stretched and a bit too placed on the left where it gets cut off. Also, the little rough bumps on the cover don't look even. Like, some spots have them and some don't. The light reflection might be too strong as well.


Carck responds:

The stretching is actually accurate; I modeled the case and after UVW unwrapping I realized I missed the scale slightly. Which is why I had to settle for some stretched texturework.