Forum Thread
by member
  Posts  
NextGen Foliage Modeling Tutorial (Forums : 3D Modeling & Animating : NextGen Foliage Modeling Tutorial) Locked
Thread Options
*Don*
*Don* Mist of Stagnation Developer
Nov 28 2012, 11:49pm Anchor

I am thinking about creating a tutorial for the method I used to make the foliage in the current level we are working on.

Here is a short video showing what it looks like:

If this is something you would like to see, just give the video a thumbs up on YouTube.

Currently I plan to show the hi-poly model creation, the low poly model creation, vertex painting, and bringingg it all together with a custom material in UDK.

Also feel free to leave a comment here or on YouTube about what things you want to see in a tutorial, or any other ideas you might have.

Once it gets to 100 likes, I make the tutorial.

Edited by: *Don*

--

Mist of Stagnation - A FPS/RTS based in a Steampunk world, built in DX11 with the UDK.

SinKing
SinKing bumps me thread
Nov 29 2012, 6:18am Anchor

I think that's a good idea. I made a CrySDK tutorial and it made me happy to see that people were interested and found it helpful. It's always a nice contribution and might get you in contact with some interesting people, too.

--

User Posted Image

*Don*
*Don* Mist of Stagnation Developer
Dec 3 2012, 1:51am Anchor

Tutorial will be up next Sunday. If anyone here is good with Source shaders, I would be happy to add in part for how to implement it in Source too.

If you are, pm me and I will show you the theory of the UDK shader so you can create something in source.

--

Mist of Stagnation - A FPS/RTS based in a Steampunk world, built in DX11 with the UDK.

Dec 9 2012, 11:29pm Anchor

nice idea,a good way help others,and the same to yourself.

*Don*
*Don* Mist of Stagnation Developer
Dec 10 2012, 4:58pm Anchor

Here it is!

Edited by: *Don*

--

Mist of Stagnation - A FPS/RTS based in a Steampunk world, built in DX11 with the UDK.

Dec 30 2012, 11:08am Anchor

really nice to see

Reply to Thread
click to sign in and post

Only registered members can share their thoughts. So come on! Join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) and join in the conversation.