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    Architectural Previz (Archmodel vol.27)

    A little Architectural Previz done with the help of Evermotion Archmodel Vol.27. The engine is just amazing. Rendered real time with over 2 million polygons and high rez textures while I get 3 fps with this file in the 3dsmax viewport (in wireframe mode)!

    Last edited by Cedric; 04-02-2014, 12:41 PM.

    #2
    Looks really nice! I'd love to live there :P
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      #3
      Looking good sir! Keep the vids coming please. =)
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        #4
        Holy ****!
        I really need to start developing Archviz project in UE4, looks like the huge polycount is not such a hassle anymore...well, unless you go completely crazy with 10+milions
        ENTER REALITY

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          #5
          Well if you had 50 million polys and wanted to UV them, then you would be their all day
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            #6
            Originally posted by Meathead View Post
            Well if you had 50 million polys and wanted to UV them, then you would be their all day
            Honestly thats not a big deal for me, because usually I'll quickly create a low poly version of the mesh ( poly reduction tool in Softimage ), create UV on the low poly mesh, then transfer the UVs from the low poly to the high poly...the process takes about 3 minutes, of course it depend how complex are the UVs, but most of the time is really quick
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              #7
              Of course you never model in high Poly counts. You use smooth modifiers and tweak the result!

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                #8
                So chill, I would like to live there.
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                  #9
                  updatedf it a bit....
                  Last edited by Cedric; 04-04-2014, 07:48 AM.

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