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House Environment 3 by MarsAssassin House Environment 3 by MarsAssassin
This is a environment for college. Hopefully it will get me my high grade.

This is my first major scene I have done as well. I never done anything this big before.

3/6 pictures

Enjoy :)
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defense2 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
I would ask my teacher but he is not very knowledgeable. Been quite a few times where I had to teach him something. This is why I hope to get into University this year.

Get use to that, in the industry, there are two kinds of people who teach, those who cant do... and those who are tired of job hunting. Further things change so fast that someone who becomes a teacher will normally fall behind in what can be done.
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defense2 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
over all, good work.

I love the attention to detail in the plates and candle sticks, the books laying around and the odd orb that is on the table. The lighting is very well done, and this is something that can make or break something, or hide other minor issues. You have talent.

Some things that you might want to address, I do not know what program you are using, but the textures on the tables, chairs and book shelf to the right of the window need a little work. Did you make UV maps for them? the grain of the wood in some of them should be going the other way, think about how it was made and how you see the grain of wood on most furniture. It works for the most part, but seems to be that you used cubed for the textures.

This is good if you aren't ever going to move them, but for the chairs, they need UV maps so that the texture doesn't move when the chair moves. (actually the texture says put, the object moves and thus the texture looks to be different, as your teacher for more about texture mapping in this reguard.)


I will admit, texture mapping is a nightmare. More so when you have a high detailed object.
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MarsAssassin Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for your kind words.

I will take your feedback into my next project :)

I did not UV map them, I am not comfortable about UV mapping at the moment. I UV tile all my pictures.

I would ask my teacher but he is not very knowledgeable. Been quite a few times where I had to teach him something. This is why I hope to get into University this year.

Again thanks for the words :).
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defense2 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
wow, you placed me as your favourite deviant art person... I feel so loved. lol.
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MarsAssassin Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Also I was using Maya.
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defense2 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011
oh maya, nice.

What school you going to?
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MarsAssassin Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2011  Student Digital Artist
I am in college. Last year. And in September 2012 hopefully I will be in university.
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MarsAssassin Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Lol :P
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