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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #425 on: 2018-12-01 17:06:00 »
Another excellent piece of map! Keep'em going!! :-)

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #426 on: 2018-12-03 09:08:56 »
The reactor and elmpb are beautifull ! Good job !
I'm actually working on the Faulked screens, so I'll slice yours after.
So...be patient friends !

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #427 on: 2018-12-03 19:52:21 »
Thanks Salk! And thanks shampignon, you are amazing!

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #428 on: 2019-01-13 18:18:08 »
Hi guys! Sorry I have been very busy last month: Christmas, holidays, I bought a house and I set my wedding date...all at the same time xDDD. But I´m back with new energies and ready to finish Kalm. Here you have Elmin1_1:




Again, sorry for the long time without news. Thanks guys!!

As  the time of rendering and load of work on my computer is too much, I´m using a rendering farm service to have the renders in less time. As obvious, they are charging me some money for the service and unfortunately I can´t afford that alone. If you can contribute to the project any donation will be appreciate. Thanks for your support!
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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #429 on: 2019-01-13 19:27:44 »
Wonderful news along with an awesome update! I think your work is better than any AI out there... :wink:

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #430 on: 2019-01-13 20:06:31 »
Thanks LeonhartGR, I wish to to be as fast as that IA xD

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #431 on: 2019-01-14 12:46:45 »
Very nice !

I love the fridge ! XD

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #432 on: 2019-01-14 19:55:18 »
Thanks buddy ;)

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #433 on: 2019-01-22 18:47:21 »
Elmin1_2


As  the time of rendering and load of work on my computer is too much, I´m using a rendering farm service to have the renders in less time. As obvious, they are charging me some money for the service and unfortunately I can´t afford that alone. If you can contribute to the project any donation will be appreciate. Thanks for your support!
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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #434 on: 2019-01-22 19:18:25 »
Great works again !

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #435 on: 2019-01-23 05:44:01 »
Beautiful work, glad you haven't given up!

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #436 on: 2019-01-23 19:27:41 »
You're doing an amazing job here, pal! I really liked some of the details you put into the last scene such as the "materia table" and such (such as your signature too)!

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #437 on: 2019-01-23 19:41:08 »
 Thanks guys! I really appreciate your support  :)

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #438 on: 2019-02-10 17:14:02 »
This is great, now we need someone to make npc and character models that will match the fidelity of these scenes.

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #439 on: 2019-02-11 07:35:04 »
Thanks buddy. About the field and battle models, Kaldarasha is doing an amazing job with characters and NPCs.

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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #440 on: 2019-02-12 06:48:23 »
jusete,

first of all, congratulations on acquiring a new house to live in and for becoming soon "one of us" married people! I wish you the best of luck!

Said that, wow.... More wonderful creations that are really giving us all hope that one day we will play the game with update graphics that are both new and at the same time quite faithful to the original art! We couldn't really ask for more.

Square Enix should have hired Dan (Reunion), UpRisen, Kaldarasha, you, jmp434 and a few others for the visual upgrade and a few more (including Tsunamods for professional Voice Over coordination) to just revamp the game. With your pooled talent we would have improved a game that only needed that very kind of improvements you are sharing with the community for free.

Thanks a lot!
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Re: Jusete´s field scenes
« Reply #441 on: 2019-02-14 15:43:18 »
These really look great! I was curious if you guys could do a tutorial for modeling these. You guys knock these out so quickly, I'm curious what tools you're using and how they compare to mine. I'm specializing in Environment Art, particularly in Procedural modeling, so I'm curious what your process is, and how these scenes compare to one made for Unreal (you're using Sketchup right?). Currently I blockout scenes in UE4 with BSP's, and model based on the blockouts in either Maya or Houdini, generally everything is modular. If someone can put together a run down of a completed scene explaining how things were done I'd definitely check it out.