David Lesperance’s new UE4 scene is incredible
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amazing stuff man

by Mau Vasconcellos
6 hours ago

Am I tripping? I Always thought "pixel art" was based on those 8-bit old games, with hard pixels and little shapes to form scenes. THis is NO PIXEL ART in my conception, but mere digital images.

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David Lesperance’s new UE4 scene is incredible
26 May, 2016
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David Lesperance has recently shared the new video of his upcoming scene, which will be fully featured in the “Intro To Game Art” course. Needless to say that this is an amazing example of sick environment design.

David holds some amazing courses for Gnomon, which you can actually purchase and view at your own leisure. It’s amazing piece of artistic revelation. Environment artists should definitely check it out. His new scene will be available at Gumroad.

We’ve actually spoken with David this year. You can check out his amazing interview over here.

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Hey i am planning to take this course will I understand it completely if i watched his intro to 3dcoat and intro to destruction art videos

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I recommend that you watch his Intro to 3D Coat and Intro to Destruction art videos. After learning the techniques he used in the video this course will make a lot more sense.

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I watched it but it did seem that he is missing a lot in the first part, I know he said he lost a bunch of footage but I was getting lost in the first part because of the missing footage and just couldn’t pick it back up… anyone watch the full course yet feel the same way?