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    [Cinematic] Dark Horse, Dead City (sort-of-trailer)

    Hello there,

    I started Unreal Engine few weeks ago. I mainly programm stuff, but this time I wanted to play around a little bit with the "level designer side" of the engine. And there is the result. I tried to create a sort of trailer for a possible (maybe) upcoming project of mine, and I think the ambiance is the one I'm looking for.



    Enjoy, and if you have any question feel free to ask ;D

    PS : As a bonus, I also put here a link to the trailer I made with my team mate for a school project. It is made with the UDK and we suffered and laughed a lot making this.

    \https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ez9MWfpFow

    #2
    Fantastic work Navezof! Just WOW!! Love the feel of the trailer. Great work and hope to see what else you create in the future.
    Last edited by AlwysAnrchy; 07-02-2014, 04:35 PM. Reason: phrasing

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      #3
      really nice and well put together
      Game Artist

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        #4
        Great Scene. I like the atmosphere.

        One thing I noticed was that at the places where parts of the wall/ceiling broke off and fell on the ground, the floor is a little too clean. I think it would look great if you added some dust in these areas.

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          #5
          Great Work.

          The atmosphere was superb!
          Jason's Simple Systems

          Enemy AI and Patrol: https://forums.unrealengine.com/comm...troling-damage

          Basic Quest System: https://forums.unrealengine.com/comm...ystem-part-1-1

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            #6
            Thanks for all your kind words, it's really encouraging

            One thing I noticed was that at the places where parts of the wall/ceiling broke off and fell on the ground, the floor is a little too clean. I think it would look great if you added some dust in these areas.
            I tried differents assets to create some sort of dusty feeling and add pile of dirts, but nothing I had felt good. Anyway, thanks for the feedback

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              #7
              The narrator sound like Riddick
              Nice!

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                #8
                Very nice, well done

                I add your project to my UE4 cinematics and environments page
                Stevie's corner
                A blog dedicated to UE4, UDK, UT99 / 2004 / III / 4

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                  #9
                  The narrator sound like Riddick
                  Nice!
                  Really? It was not intended ^^' The music I used is from the excellent post-rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor and the song is the dead flag blues. A lot of their songs fit perfectly a post-apocalyptic settings


                  Originally posted by Stevelois View Post
                  Very nice, well done

                  I add your project to my UE4 cinematics and environments page
                  Thanks, I'm happy to know that you enjoyed this video

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