Are you sure you’re a beginner?
well been learning for a month now :d
…after one month? … :o
I wish I was as good as you… and I have been doing this for almost a decade.
You are not funny How can I even compare to you , your work is like 100x better than mine
That is a huge compliment, thank you. I think I don’t really have the patience with urban or industrial art. I have tried it many times… like making a classic Resident Evil back alley or a rundown silent hill scene… it really takes a lot of attention to detail. But this has inspired me to do something similar. I really like this
What did you used for textures?
what you mean by
and ty !
I mean if you created the textures in blender or used any other tool
Oh I got them from textures.com
First of all I agree with the rest of the gang that you have done an excellent job, but since you wanted feedback, I think that the yellow bannister is too bright and clean. The metal grid on the staircase pretty much stands out too, unless it’s intentional.
This is really a great start. I love all the details. Well done!
There may be a subplot here: perhaps the handrails just got painted in what is to become a story of urban renewal.
But yes, they stick out like a sore thumb in relation to all the other weathered surfaces. Still, a great effort and definitely above the average line for just one month of work. I think he’s lying. He probably works for Steven Spielberg designing aliens spaceships as his day job.
Ty for pointing it out Tiku and Roland I havent noticed the handrails at first but now i see that they really stick out and I’ll try to change them in a way that it will be pleasant to look at them x)
Geez, your texturing and lighting is mad.
I have come to a conclusion that, you are not a beginner oooo, at alll