If you go for Unity and Biomes, as you wrote in your article, please do support Vegetation Studio Pro. Your work is awesome, can't wait to see it on the store.
Great breakdown of the process and optimization, thanks for sharing.
This article just not only provides great tools for level design. It's also useful vocabulary to express ideas with our team. https://xbeasts.blogspot.com/2018/12/Remove-Wall-Decals.html
Have you seen this video of a well-known android walking up a driveway? It’s actually funny how Maxim Sullivan managed to freak out a lot of people online with his little video set up Unity. Well, it’s still pretty damn awesome!
Glitchy test of Adam from the @oatsstudios Unity film, going for a walk. Not posted much for a while as been busy with client work. More soon though. #c4d #octane #otoy #mdcommunity #mograph #animation #ae #cameratrack #octanerender #robot #adam #vfx #unity @unitytechnologies pic.twitter.com/7hYwjkwsDD
— Maxim Sullivan (@M_X_M) August 12, 2018
The whole thing was created with the help of OctaneRender, Unity, C4D and talented hand of Mr. Sullivan. The artist took the background footage with his phone, put the character and used an HDRI lighting setup he has made. The thing is that the video has gone viral.
A version of the animated character has previously appeared in a short by District 9 director Neill Blomkamp and Oats Studios created with the Unity engine. The robot, however (free-to-download!) was made by Unity’s Swedish demo team for the short film ‘Adam.’
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