Making an ArchViz Scene with Megascans
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Making an ArchViz Scene with Megascans
21 August, 2019
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Bartosz Domiczek shared the Megascans materials and assets used for his archviz scene.

Australian Manna

1.  Street Cement Curbs.

2. Marble Tiles 2×2 M for pavement. These were cut into separate strips, heavily adjusted and applied to the geometry in the scene so as to emphasize significant gaps between the strips.

3. Greenery:  Shrub (8 variations), Tufted Grass (5 variations)Weed Plant (7 variations).

4. Rock formations from the Icelandic collection: 1 and 2. Color is adjusted to fit the Australian scenario.

5. The wood part scene on the building is not from Megascans but the concrete parts are very similar to Concrete Slab 2×2 M.

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This ‘article’ was super pointless for sure.

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Sadly many articles as of late feel more like advertisements for megascans.

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How is this an article? It’s just a list of 5 megascans assets, which have little to do with the artwork to boot.

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