I recently was lucky enough to be featured in some magazine articles and while that is really exciting for me, it's also great news for you guys! Because one of the articles I contributed to was all about my experience with foliage in video games. Hopefully you will all be able to pick up some tips from this, as well as pass it along to your friends. I haven't said it yet, so Happy New Year everyone! And enjoy :)
Stockholm Archipelago & Copenhagen City
The first two Photopacks in the PurePolygons photopack series have released!
Check them out in the store by clicking the links below.
Over 650 High Resolution Images from the Islands in Stockholm city. They are commonly referred to as the Stockholm Archipelagos. As well as a Photopack from Copenhagen City. These images are photos taken for environment artists, by an environment artist. They are taken with your specific needs in mind, to enhance your projects, workflows, and references for your environments.
Packs include Photogrammetry Sets, Texture Images, and References. They are also great for concept artists and photobashing!
Bonus: (Coming Soon)
- 1 hour of Video Tutorials showing workflow and tips for the best ways to work with these images *included with pack purchase*
Take a look, I think you will like what you see. Enjoy everyone!
or "Better Aesthetics in Environment Creation and Renders"
I recently came across an article that I think will be very beneficial for those of you setting up your Environment renders and even for general art theory when creating your pieces. This article may be talking about photography, but the great thing about being environment artists, is that we can setup our scene and composition exactly how we want. So we are creating every picture we take. These tips help to set up the ground work for creating any beautiful 3D scene that we work on. Try to use some of these ideas and rules to apply them as you are placing assets, or even when you're creating textures. And start thinking about where you want your cameras for your renders, so that you can better apply these tips from the get go! There are some really helpful tools and basics! Enjoy :)
Credit to Sebastian Jacobitz for the article
Checkout his website here! - https://streetbounty.com/
Thanks for reading and happy rule of 3rds day! haha
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