Making a Cool Beach with Sprites and Old Photos
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by Taylor
10 hours ago

bad management, its your job for stuff like that not to happen, dont put that extra weight on artist because management didn't do your job

by Robert Gardner
10 hours ago

It really is the best game of 2018, Thank you.

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Making a Cool Beach with Sprites and Old Photos
19 June, 2018
Level Design

Carlos Coronado did a very interesting tutorial, showing how he created a beautiful beach for his new game Infernium.

Infernium is a survival horror game, which features some awesome non-linear levels. The game is being produced by Carlos Coronado, who keeps a beautiful video diary and regularly uploads new tutorials, showing how he does some things in this project. Today we’d love to show how he did the beautiful beach, you see in this image.

The most interesting in this piece is probably the way Carlos did the water and worked on the shader to achieve this beautiful crisp look of the stone. But we’re also amazed by the way he used some stripes and some very basic techniques from the 90s to create a fantastic realistic background. It looks really realistic, but in reality, it’s just a photo stretched over some very crude geometry!

Check out this tutorial, and be sure to subscribe to Carlos Coronado on YouTube.

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