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    What's the average poly count? It looks kinda cool, but I think materials need to be fixed though. It looks very plastic at the moment. Coconut is my favorite

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    I guess I'm done with models, there will be 34 in total, I still have to redo pineapple leaves. Pack should be finished soon

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    Yeah, I'm aware of the leaves, I'll do them by hand later. I'm doing around 100 photos
    Here's update, more vegetables and apples
    I'll make one more beet, parsley and I guess it would be all, around 35 meshes, it will cost 45$


    Last edited by mikolajspy; 09-25-2015, 04:54 AM.

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    How many photos are you taking for the pineapple? And from what angles? It looks like you need to get a bit more detail on the leaves, cause they're coming out a bit off. Everything else looks great.

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    I'll make both 5k tris with LODs and low-poly too They'll share the same materials and textures, if someone would like to lower resolution for performance/smaller filesize it could be simply done by exporting and resizing I'll make more tests of performance, I'll even give FREE performance tester featuring my assets, I'll make preview video soon
    Currently I have 25 models, I'll make more later, so there will be like 30-35 and they will cost 40-50$ It'll be around 1,5$ per model which seems reasonable for me, for that price you'll get high variety of fruits and vegetables. Of course, you might want for example only tropical fruits for current project, but once you buy one pack you may use it in as many projects as you want
    Here are current status update:




    I'm guessing it will be ready to submit at the end of September

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    for me it would make more sense to combine both packages ;-)
    both are much needed for props in many scenes, i guess.

    5k per objects is very very much for such small objects, that are mostly decorations to any scene. 4k textures the same.
    i would find it perfect if you could do both, the super highres ones youd did now for closeups and a 1k tri / 1024 pixel texture version for the normal in scene use.
    i fear that adding to much of them to a complex scene might drop framerates....

    keep on the great work,
    very interested in them !

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    Update, more fruits and vegetables, I'm thinking, should I separate fruits from vegetables and make two packs or one big with both?

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    Lol, that picture makes me happy for some reason. I dunno about 5k tris being overkill (being round objects, you have to have enough triangles to maintain a nice silhouette, after all), but the 4k textures probably is overkill. Try making 1k versions and look at them side-by-side in game and seeing if it makes much of a difference.

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    Thanks!
    @fighter5347 - Unfortuanetly cherry season is over in my country, but I'll try to figure something out
    @Necrophob30 - Yes, I'm using tuntable, but grapes are falling apart after trying to rotate them 180. I'll try to hang them on something

    Update, some of the fruits/vegetables will have cut halves, no banana for scale yet




    Some people are saying that 5k tris and 4k textures (even with LODs) is overkill even for next-gen. I've decided to make a test I've spread randomely 2000 instances, currently without LODs, so it's around ~10 000 000 tris, dynamic lighting, all with physics, and with Geforce 970 GTX I've got minimum 20 FPS when moving and around 50-60 on stills; workname "Fruit Frenzy"

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    I'm interested... in eating these

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    I'm definitely interested in these. I have been looking for F&V for a game I am currently working on.

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    Yah, keeping the scanned object completely still can be a pain (especially if you want to flip it over to get the bottom as well). Maybe you can find some sort of grape model that isn't floppy. And if you're not doing it, I'd recommend a turntable

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    I bring in a banana

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    Dont forget some cherries!

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    Hahaha, thanks
    I'm currently using Sony DSC-HX9V and Agisoft Photoscan
    About apples... well.. I'm too lazy to go to the shop, I'm picking up anything family brings
    I've already tried to scan grape, I didn't figured the way to make 360 scan, it's all moving when you try to rotate it :/

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