Mark Sneddon - 3D / Environment Artist

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Re: marks - prop/environment artist

Postby Surfa on Sun Feb 21, 2010 8:16 pm

Yeah I think it is mainly the metal on the ak that puts me off. Also the wood could do with some more contrast maybe a bit more colour as well.

Good luck with contagion should give you a load of good assets to show off (if you are taking more environment work).
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Re: marks - prop/environment artist

Postby Habboi on Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:29 pm

For me, the AK wood could be a tad more saturated or brighter and as you say I too agree the metal lacks definition and has this...painted charm to it.

In other words, it looks like a game weapon, a little too much like a game weapon and I think it's the way you made your metal. Honestly I think it needs more shine or something.

Oh yeah and that wall pic has always bothered me. Anyone can do that and as Surfa said, use it in a scene with other textures or use it with some props in front.
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Re: marks - prop/environment artist

Postby marks on Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:47 pm

thanks, definitely some good feedback here I appreciate it. My current plans for the shitty brick texture is to use that page as like, a whole page of map textures. I just need to actually make some first, I will try to bash some out over lunch for a while (if anybody needs anything, hit me up). The AK I'm not massively happy with either, I guess its kinda filler content. Which means it shouldnt be there. It just feels weird having very little work on there, regardless of the quality. I dont know really.
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Re: marks - prop/environment artist

Postby Zipfinator on Sun Feb 21, 2010 10:29 pm

When did you get your name changed? I liked your old name better.
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:41 pm

update!
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby Habboi on Mon Jun 21, 2010 12:28 pm

Looking good. By the way, on the first page you asked me what my.php was. I can only assume you were using imageshack at the time and back then people who used the my.php link that imageshack gave you annoyed me as it contained adverts. Thought you wanted to know.

Anyway I really like your work. You have a good eye for texture detail and I must know where you learnt such skills.
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby dux on Mon Jul 05, 2010 4:19 am

I'd remove your map until it's more developed mate. It stands out too much next to your a+ models.
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby poisonic on Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:20 am

personaly i would not have that map over there in my opinion for your portfolio i would only put work on there thats yours ;)
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:28 am

poisonic wrote:personaly i would not have that map over there in my opinion for your portfolio i would only put work on there thats yours ;)


Good job taking a piss on almost every level designer in history ;) Seriously though I'm gonna update it with some more developed screens later at some point, I just dont have enough time to do it right now :s
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby poisonic on Mon Jul 05, 2010 11:04 am

lol i never did take any piss on you just an advice notting more what i mean is own textures etc ;) time is precious :)
and that guns are realy awsome and the texture's are awsome too!! how long did it take to build that including textures?

and artists do never listen they always do their things their way thats whats why some of them are Unique.
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Wed Jul 07, 2010 11:43 am

Don't worry I'm just screwing with you :p I'll update it with newer screens soon.
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Wed Jul 07, 2010 1:13 pm

and updated :)
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:48 pm

added some modular prop sets
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby marks on Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:24 pm

added another weapon
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Re: marks - 3d/environment artist

Postby YokaI on Mon Sep 06, 2010 4:36 am

With the modular props, something feels missing on the pipe model in general. It's either that the red paint chipping is almost overdone or that the metal texture is lacking a strong specular or good gloss map. Otherwise, looks great.
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