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    First project on ue4 - museum

    EDIT :

    After several days of testing and setting up EU4, here is the final result for my Gallery project.

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    Hope you like it.

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    Hello all,
    I am a CGartist (my website : www.pixarchi.com) and I just began to use UE4.
    I have started a project of museum, and I have a lot of questions.

    First I want to know how can I reduce the dark on the corners of my scene.
    Thank you for helping me, I am a beginner and I have a lot to learn about this soft.
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    Last edited by zahir3d; 09-06-2014, 08:10 AM.
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    #2
    Hi,

    That dark stuff is called ambient occlusion. Just disable it in the world settings.
    However, its just showing up that prominent because you use a plain white material.
    As soon as you apply a "real" material with some texture and structure, it will look more natural.

    Cheers,
    Klaus

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      #3
      Thank you,
      I know what is AO but I did not notice that it can be disabled in the world settings.
      Thank's again.
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        #4
        That looks like Screen Space Ambient Occlusion, which is controlled by the PP volume settings and not by the one in World Settings (that is baked Lightmass AO).

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          #5
          Hi,

          That looks like Screen Space Ambient Occlusion,
          Just out of curiosity: How can you tell the difference

          Cheers,
          Klaus

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            #6
            SSAO tends to be more in creases. It is on by default with a fixed size in screenspace. Lightmass AO is off by default, and you usually see texel artifacts in corners.

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              #7
              Little update of my project, the ceiling.

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              I use that museum as a reference for this personal Project : http://www.archello.com/sites/defaul..._hvbusl_17.jpg
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                #8
                Looks very nice! I like the design.
                Bacon Man : An Adventure (UE4)

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                  #9
                  Yes it was the SSAO! Tks!
                  I will post an update soon
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                    #10
                    Little update.

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                    I don't found how to move my topic to "Work in Progress".
                    Last edited by zahir3d; 08-27-2014, 04:18 PM.
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                      #11
                      Very nice!
                      Originally posted by zahir3d View Post
                      I don't found how to move my topic to "Work in Progress".
                      You'll have to PM a mod as far as I'm aware.

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                        #12
                        Great work so far zahir3d! You have a a lot of progress so far and I can't wait to see more as you develop your project. Keep up the great work!

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                          #13
                          Wip

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                          Paintings are from a friend : https://www.facebook.com/adlanosamet?fref=ts
                          Last edited by zahir3d; 08-30-2014, 10:54 AM.
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                            #14
                            Little update :

                            http://www.pixarchi.com/unreal/musee/br01.jpg

                            http://www.pixarchi.com/unreal/musee/br02.jpg


                            I have an issue, I don't understand why the render looks different IN GAME and on the UE4 Viewport. (it's better in the Viewport).
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                            Last edited by zahir3d; 09-01-2014, 01:28 PM.
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                              #15
                              Looks more like a gallery than museum to me ^^ keep it up .

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