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Lafette II
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Posted: 11th Jul 2018 18:54
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After a long time, I started a new little project again. City center should be the topic. I was amazed how easy it is to build a complete street with 3 to 4 different types of houses, a few walls and garages. I uploaded some pictures. On closer inspection, you can see that well. My experience with pbr is limited, so I prefer to use it sparingly. I also find too much gloss and reflections in places where it is not so common, rather exaggerated. But of course, for example, the window panes contain reflections, which, however, can not be displayed so well in the picture. Here are my first results.






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Posted: 11th Jul 2018 23:39 Edited at: 11th Jul 2018 23:40
Great pics but I love the third one ..
Just seems so natural and realistic
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Posted: 12th Jul 2018 00:05
Great pics there,i think its just the strait lines that need breaking up a little to make it look more worn .A few bumps and dips in the road and kerbs would make all the difference i think, but i like the look .it would look great light mapped to

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Posted: 12th Jul 2018 10:40 Edited at: 12th Jul 2018 10:42
I agree with everyone else here, this is a great project and really shows off what GG can do now. But as granada said you definitely need a few bumps, cracks in the road surface or even holes. Well done and hope to see more pics as the project progresses.

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Posted: 12th Jul 2018 10:59 Edited at: 12th Jul 2018 11:01
Awesome stuff here - but I think the light-mapper will just trash it atm.

Agree with a few bumps and stuff, and it would also look more realistic with some dirt at the base of the trees.

But great job so far Andreas

Is it just me or does Game Guru just look really good now?

By the way what are the FPS for that map like?

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Lafette II
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Posted: 12th Jul 2018 11:42
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Many Thanks. I have just started the project. But the street and sidewalk are being redesigned. The trees are still old stocks. I will build new ones. I think they also get an enclosure (cobblestone ring). Of course you could also pollute the facade socket a bit. Maybe I will work with overlays because of the individual design. I want to try to rasterize all the models so they can be set quickly. All I have to do now is test a little how to equip the objects. Otherwise it will be a package with many models.

P.S. There was in the translation: the facade box will spoil

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Lafette II
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Posted: 12th Jul 2018 16:00

@ reliquia about 40 FPS

So, here's another way. Slightly rotted street, lowering for garage, tree with edging. It goes on...






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Posted: 14th Jul 2018 23:06
Looks like a proper worn street,nice job.this will be a great pack I think

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Posted: 14th Jul 2018 23:59
Feels like a trip to the 80s! Pretty good stuff Lafette!!
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Posted: 15th Jul 2018 12:49
Now that is more realistic, nice one Lafette, this could be an image taken with a camera.

Quote: "Is it just me or does Game Guru just look really good now"


@reliquia no it is not just you and they haven't finished yet.

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Posted: 16th Jul 2018 12:33
Hi..
Thanks for all the comments. I'm still busy building. In addition, I am currently designing a small city-map to make the whole thing a bit more tangible. I've just finished a beer pub that brings a bit of depth. That will show the video. A picture of the pub by day and night is now ever. It's not easy with the lightmapping. The lanterns then lose their luminosity and thus look a bit strange. Likewise, the gloss effect disappears. Maybe I'm doing something wrong.
But here:




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Posted: 16th Jul 2018 13:25
Quote: "It's not easy with the lightmapping."

Lol - I can't get anything to lightmap atm, and from what I read in other threads PBR is meant to be ignored by the process.

Quote: "tree with edging"

That is just the way I imagined it!

Looking great so far

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Posted: 16th Jul 2018 23:57
Looks like a real street ,great work

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