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Hello all! Here’s my latest update to the island I’ve been working up. You can also check out the polycount post: here.
(also posted on polycount here.)
Here’s a look at the most recent wip project Church I’ve been putting together for Ever Jane.
Church (West Side)
Started with reference images and a location search on google of St. Mary’s Church (i just found this 360 view! wish i found it earlier!!).
And then modified the top-down layout to fit Ever Jane’s game needs… this meant cutting a ton of unnecessary space from the actual church.
Theirs (left), my version (right)
It’s not as far as I want to take it…. i’m prepping for version 2.0. :) … And playing Fallout 4.
Here’s some earlier blockout images too…
See you for v 2.0!
This one could definitely could use more line work and attention to smaller detail. But i’m out of time (arh arh). I’ve also fallen behind on these, but the worst that could happen is I give up on
365 entirely… fat chance! This stuff is fun. I’ll get back into the swing of things over the next few days. :)
This one was AWESOME. 2.5 hours. I’m so close to hitting to the 2 hour mark! I’m proud of this one. Happy Coo-Cooing! <3 EJ