Abandoned Cabin

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(Filip Pavelko) #1






#2

This is really lovely work! The lighting, colors and atmosphere are great. :+1:


(Ace Dragon) #3

It looks perfectly fine in the still images, because you really cannot tell that the floors are not connected as seen in the Sketchfab viewer.

Now if this was to become something you could walk through in VR, then you would need to connect everything with stairs or at least a ladder.


(Hüseyin Demirtaş) #4

Awsome work…


(Member) #5

Like it awesome work man,


(Filip Pavelko) #6

Thank you very much ! :slight_smile:


(Filip Pavelko) #7

Thank you, yes, you are definitely right! :slight_smile:


(Filip Pavelko) #8

Thank you ! :slight_smile:


(Filip Pavelko) #9

Thanks ! :slight_smile:


(Bart Veldhuizen) #10

You’re #featured!


(Filip Pavelko) #11

Thank you Bart ! :slight_smile:


(czesiek) #12

Good job Parappa , you can go on to the next stage now


(RhinoFlip) #13

Great render. Keep us posted!


(Filip Pavelko) #14

Thank you :slight_smile:


(Ansaar13) #15

This is really nice!!! :grin: If i may ask, how did you do the moss?


(Filip Pavelko) #16

Thank you ! :slight_smile: just texture painting in Blender


(Bart Veldhuizen) #17

I featured you on BlenderNation, enjoy :slight_smile:


(Grzesiek) #18

This is so cute. well done.

one comment/suggestion. As this is abandoned, i might do the following.

  1. Remove a tile or two from the room, to show that some fell off (leave on the ground)
  2. add a tad of damage to the planks and potentially windows.
  3. add a tad more bevel to some of the boards, especially on the balcony… they look like new

just my 2 cents for further improvements.


(Jude Zami) #19

Just how did u animate that cabin pls


(Filip Pavelko) #20

yes, maybe you’re right, thank you for your advice :slight_smile: