As the legendary Ivan, the Space Biker, go onboard the "SS Vanguard" research vessel in an old-school yet original classic FPS adventure for Half-Life.

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сукасука
сукасука

Neat. Has a very DOOM level feel to it. But yea its supposed to heh heh.

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TheZealot
TheZealot

Excellent.

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Foxtrop
Foxtrop

The floor is just a texture? it looks like if it has some deep effect like parallax or something

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IngSoc Author
IngSoc

Just regular brushwork. ;)

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TheGreatGonzo
TheGreatGonzo

"E1M5"

Instantly thought of Doom.

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hogsy
hogsy

Looks great and loving the floor.

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Kandara
Kandara

Classic!

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Cro-man
Cro-man

I love this so very much. Great job as always!

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EksCelle
EksCelle

Awesome.

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Alberto309
Alberto309

Great work here!

I recommend you to take screenshots with AA on, so people should be able to see every detail. :)

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Joebama
Joebama

Anti-aliasing? Wouldn't that do exactly the opposite?

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Alberto309
Alberto309

No. Why you think that?
It also depends on which type of antialiasing you're using. If you use FXAA or TXAA/TAA then yes, you're right, because they blurs the image to get rid of jagged edges. But not if you use MSAA, SSAA or CSAA, as they literally smooth out jagged edges with way more precision, except for SSAA which basically renders the image at a much higher resolution than the one being displayed, then it shrinks it to the desired size, using the extra pixels for calculation. The result is a downsampled image with smoother transitions from one line of pixels to another along the edges of objects.

But anyway, in this specific image, a Full HD screenshot would've been good anyway, rather than a 480p one.

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