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AHA! i knew you were one of the anonymous lurkers here!

awesome as usual, buddy :)

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People tend not to support (and in general ignore) my work on the forge so why bother posting. I see a few friendly faces here though, so why the hell not in this case ;)

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... I see a few friendly faces here though, so why the hell not in this case ;)

... and im happy to see your friendly face too :)

amazing. .. and in your case consider it a compliment of highest grade when i say: as usual ;)

Edited by Ragna_Rok

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I am pretty much finished with the shield. Textures are not all that crappy this time around but they need some tweaking.

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Looks great! What about mxing that wood with some textures from CGtextures? It looks very hand drawn at this point.

Ash Zombie Variations:

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The ash zombies looks very good, how do you make them? Do you tweak the draugr in a 3D package?

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Looking for the lowest possible normal map resolution for this, before things start to lose too much def. I think that's it (512x512, by the way).

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Shading controled by baking the Normal Map to Object Space first, convert to TS with Handplane, and photoshop tweaks. Which let me reduce the polycount of the LOWpoly, without worrying about hard/soft edges (or "smoothing groups" for Max users). Low poly wireframe overlayed on the right. Edit: (another) added advantage: perfect hiding of the UV seams this way.

Edited by Percevan
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Thats really, really good for 512*512 mate. (and Object space normal maps are the bomb for directional effects in textures. I love them!)

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Thanks!

And yes, there are some nice little tricks that we can do with an object space NM, even if we end up using tangent spaced ones. Overlaying a clone of the green channel over the diffuse, to fake a bit of directional AO for example, I like that one.

Testing how the texture's holding itself on a bended/tower like version:

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(UV seams in purple)

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Current untextured version of the Independent robe:
This variant will be for the priest in BS: Bruma, and there will also be a mantled version for Razzada.

Matt, if you're going to start working on robes, I suggest you work on LichLoved's Imperial Battlemage concept after clothes, considering you made the Breton Battlemage robes.
 

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1h and 2h done... first versions.

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