Dead Space Cabin Recreation: Detailed Tutorial from Christen Smith
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Dead Space Cabin Recreation: Detailed Tutorial from Christen Smith
14 May, 2015
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CG Student Award recently published a fantastic tutorial by Christen Smith, a 3D Generalist/Modeler, who specializes in creating detailed environments.

Christen managed to make a very close copy of the cabin environment from the Dead Space games.

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Art by Christen Smith © Christen Smith, CG Student Award, 2015

In this fantastic article Christen went over the whole development process: gathering of references, blocking composition, finding the golden ratio, building assets and compiling it all into one amazing scene.

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Art by Christen Smith © Christen Smith, CG Student Award, 2015

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Art by Christen Smith © Christen Smith, CG Student Award, 2015

He gives direct details as to the lighting and camera setup and render setting. A wonderful tutorial to help those, who are just starting their work with visual tools.

Be sure to check Christen’s Artstation page. There’s a lot of cool art there.

Source: cgstudentawards.com

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