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    Originally posted by koola View Post
    Hi !

    I just start to test substance designer and it's really cool.
    Here's my first result. I use 3 materials (and a dirt mask) blended in a vertex paint shader (one material for all the scene ... execpt the decals for the graffitis).

    UE4 Substance designer / vertex paint test by kooooola, on Flickr
    how did u get that lighting, i have a similar scene working on and the lighting at the door really bright (like high exposure), any tip for me

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    Seriously, this work is really astonishing !!

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    Wow !!!! Oo
    Thank you all !!!

    It really took ridiculous proportions


    Here's a small "breakdown" image that show how I made the grounds in the last scenes.




    For the rendering part, well, I don't really know what to say.

    The setup is really basic :

    - atmospheric fog : default parameters (with colors change according to the mood)
    - exponential height fog : default parameters
    - movable directional light : default parameters with different value for intensity and temperature according to the mood
    - movable skylight : I just change the sky distance threshold to 1 and uncheck the low hemisphere is black (so I get some fake "bounce light" from the ground)
    - postprocess volume : I use the new tonemapper (r.TonemapperFilm 1) and make some color correction with the new "color grading" section of the post process volume (no lut this time)
    - camera : I use the awesome new "circleDOF"

    And that's all, no lightmap, no dfao/gi, no lpv. With a very simple scene you don't really need this, but more complexe your scene is more you need this kind of stuff (especially good sky occlusion for exterior).

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    Just Epic

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    I feel so useless right now! ^^

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  • replied
    Originally posted by koola View Post
    Again, a subdivised plane with substance designer textures

    UE4 - Substance designer by koola koola, sur Flickr

    UE4 - Substance designer by koola koola, sur Flickr
    Did you use Tessellation for this?

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    Koola, pleeeeeeease make some marketplace assets, PLEASE.

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  • replied
    Koola made it to Gamespot

    http://www.gamespot.com/articles/the.../1100-6428589/

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  • replied
    Originally posted by Alexander Paschall View Post
    Everyone at Epic right now

    I think most people on earth that saw this video think like that!!

    PS can koola get job in Epic ---- and maybe then he can create good tutorials for mere mortals?

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    Originally posted by Alexander Paschall View Post
    Everyone at Epic right now

    I feel like Koola needs to post some real mediocre work here soon, the awesome level is too high (inb4 over 9k).

    Great job Koola. Don't really know what else to say aside from stop making the rest of us look bad!

    Just kidding, your recent work has been phenomenal!

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    Everyone at Epic right now

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    Kooola that beach is ridiculously awesome and I'm sure your about tired of the praise by now, and as much as i'd like to ask every question imaginable like the other guys... i get it took years of experience to implement you workflow and its absolutely understandable that you don't wanna give away exactly what makes your work sooo unique, then you'd be left no where and everyone's projects will look near the same..your sitting on a obvious goldmine of techniques for the engine while i thought the kite demo was amazing the sheer photographic quality in the beach scene and I'd keep the best for myself as well.. i mean just showing your work for free for everyone to drool over, if the secrets were just out it would be no fun gaining the experience.. but if i could ask one question its.............why ???

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    How is your lighting so clean and realistic? Do you do you own lightmap UV's or let UE4 generate them? What are you lightmass settings to get this result? I am learning about lighting in UE4 and not getting anything close to this

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    Liking the snowy pictures!

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    That's amazing! Continue with this "unreal" job man, we did love to see some tutorials on this, maybe some steps when you're creating!

    Nice Work! Cheers!

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