Those animations look amazing!! Great job!
Very cool review of the making of Spellbreak. Would be even more cool to see some videos inside UE4 showing how they do a few very specific things unique to them.
This was so helpful for me. I'm hoping to adapt your tutorial to pull off something similar comparing modern satellite imagery with historical maps. No topo, so my steps should be simpler, but I'm a novice with Blender and you've really helped. Thanks!
Send us your story of getting into the game industry and get yourself a free 6 months subscription to Quixel Megascans and Quixel SUITE 2.
Getting into games industry for artists is always some sort of quest. We’ve talked with artists all over the world, and learned a bunch of crazy success stories. But we want to know more. That’s why we partnered with Quixel and arranged this little contest: Tell us how did you become a game artist? Maybe you were influenced by the video game, 3d artist or some specific work?
After 7 days, we will choose 3 exciting stories, whose authors will receive prizes from 80lv and Quixel.
The prizes (everyone gets all, so no first/second place):
- Freelancer 4K License of Megascans + 250 points – This is a 6-month subscription with access to Megascans library. The subscription also includes Megascans Studio, an application that allows you to customize and blend surface scans to create stunning tileables, and Megascans Bridge, an application that allows you to easily manage all your scans on disk, and export to any renderer.
- Full Quixel Suite 2 (including DDO, NDO and 3DO) – a texturing tool with a huge scan based material library and a responsive, fluid 3D painter made for PBR. It is a highly customizable, user-friendly, and fully Photoshop integrated texturing suite.
Art by Neil McKnight.
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The results of the contest will be published within 3 working days after the end of the contest. Also, the most interesting stories will be published in one of our articles.
How to participate:
A. Write a story of your career and tell us how did you become the game artist. It can be a short story or entire essay. We believe you have some exciting stories to share with us!
B. Send your story wherever you want:
- to comments of contest announcement on Facebook
- to our Discord in #story-contest channel
- to our mailbox at email@example.com
C. Wait for results! The contest will run for 7 days and then we’ll publish results in 3 workdays. Winners will be announced on our site, Facebook, and Discord!
Good luck and see you in the comments!