Owen Shepherds 3d game art portfolio

Bathhouse

I have been perfecting various workflows for creating tiling component based environments at work and started this personal project to show how effective this can be. Every piece in this environment is designed to be pieced together providing quick and easy level building once the main pieces are complete.
The individual assets are produced by baking highpoly sub’d and Zbrush sculpted models down onto lowpoly in-game meshes.
I’m also experimenting with creating all the normalmaps first pass then lighting and specular before creating the diffuse last. This, I think, helps with getting form and material attributes correct before the colour is added.
these shots are taken straight off a 360

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Here is a selection of the highpoly assets I have created.

Zbrush roof suport mesh
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Lowpoly mesh in maya
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Texture flats
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zbrush meshes
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lowpoly lightmapped in maya
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3 Comments »

  1. Fantastic work so far Owen, I’m looking forward to the full diffuse treatment when it’s ready.

    Comment by Rasmus — October 28, 2008 @ 8:52 pm

  2. Yup, its really beginning to look very cool 😉

    Comment by bydersjoint — December 12, 2008 @ 12:29 pm

  3. awesome! owen

    Comment by vjbox — January 16, 2009 @ 5:59 pm


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