Classroom - Late After School

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Classroom - Late After School

Author Comments

A strange feeling of nostalgia slowly bubbles to the surface. It's late after school on a cool autumn day, around 4pm or 5pm. As you take your last look in the classroom you see that the sun is setting and sense it's about time for you to get home...

I modeled this after a photo of a classroom I took when I was in summer school a few years ago with my good friend Cheng. We had different classes but we got out at the same time so we always went home together.

I put in a very clear easter egg about an infamous scary game on Newgrounds. Anyone who is a big fan of it would recognize it. Lets see the first person who can spot it.

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really nice work, i like it n__n
- Pandasicality

Wow. Some really great modelling here. Very calm setting. I notice the different table top colors (Nice detail). I think you should add a smudgy texture to the board so it looks more like a regular classroom board. (Like a markers been smudged in and isn't completely erased)

Lusin responds:

I'm glad you noticed the difference in the tables. I used different wood for some of the table tops and I really like your point the board. I'll do something about it.

Edit: I just wrote a bunch of stuff on the board. Kinda to give off that the classroom was used recently and some rambunctious students went a little nuts on it to leave a message to the teacher and/or the other students the next day. Huh... That sounds like something I would do.

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4.88 / 5.00

Aug 26, 2014 | 2:51 AM EDT
3D Art
File Info
1920 x 1080 px
10.2 mb

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