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  1. All environment pieces & level I did for The Burning Descent VR, for RyseUp Studios are here, the game run under Unreal Engine 4. I also helped on other fileds such as VFX art ( a little but super fun moments ! ), ConceptArt, Animation ( rigging & posing only for special purpose ) and Character's textures. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except for stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ), ZBrush for all of those canyon rocks ^^ 3dsMax for all Lowpoly's and plenty of highpolys ( mostly when not organic ) MightyBake for baking. Special thanks to Anthony Daneluzzi, Fantin Gislette, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Jonathan Belot, Laurent Dessart, Guillaume Zannoni, Maxime Teppe, Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Milen Ivanov, and evryone who helped bringing this game to life ! I really enjoyed working with all of you and I hope we'll keep teaming'up like that in the future =) The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon Full project here ( + viewers of each asset and some scene ) : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ryzzm
  2. Tiling Engine 'Sandbox Tiler' - Fill with Voxels ***Please support this idea on Trello*** I have had this idea of a system whereby we can create easily Tiling textures using Voxels ever since Andrew started working on the Alpha for V3. The easiest things to compare it to are Zbrush's Tiling Canvas or Corel's Painter Pattern making function where you paint and your brush will go off the edge of the canvas and wrap around to the opposite side. Therefore creating easily tiling textures without worry. The difference here being that you are using actual voxel geometry in 3DC instead of on just a 2D canvas. I mocked up 3 images using Silo & photoshop to help demonstrate what I mean by this. It should work in theory very much like the Tiling Grid from the start up screen if you've ever used it. Advantages for using Geometry instead of painting bump (the two can be used in conjunction - paint high detail bump at the end of the process) -You can get a much nicer normal map that works better with game lighting engines. -You can extract an exact tiling 32Bit Displacement map for high resolution rendering. -Visualising the placement of objects in 3d space (e.g. overlapping bricks, grout, moss in cracks on different layers etc.) -works with Merge Tool -works with all Tools & Brushes -exactly replicates states of point cloud & surface that wrap around at the extents of the sandbox. Let me know what you think as I can imagine this would be of a lot of use to artists creating Tiling textures for games/film. p.s. Just realised how 'Tomorrow's World' this request is. Maybe by 3DC V4 or V5
  3. Hi all ! Here's some stuff I worked on for The Burning Descent, an upcoming VR Game made @ RyseUp Studios, Lyon ( FR ). I worked on Coralie Bruchon's Baked 3D Models directly and only on 3DCoat ( still a GREAT pleasure to work on this software, I ♥ you guys for giving us this source of inspiration and good feelings =') ), with sutff I already used on StarWars - Redemption ( such as brushes, smartmaterials, deveopped along StarWarsRedemption's evolution ). I had to unify their look with the Environment I was responsible off during the whole prod, so here we go guys ! Thor'Axe - ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the Chest + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. Full Project's here : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/eyV9w Reyna - ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). I did the Guitar/Skull + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. Full project's here : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/yGZ6O SenPai'n - ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. Full project's here : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/qzZER More stuff coming soon ! =)
  4. Forester fantasy world

    From the album Fantasy World

    Hello, everyone! I want to show you the new project on which I worked in my spare time. This is the fantasy world for my forester creature. For the fast rendering I used: 4*Dual Xeon e5 2670 2,6 GHz - 128 Threads + 1 Intel Core i7 4930K 3,4 Ghz 12 Threads. on the Forrender.com Render time - 58min. Noise - 3% - enough for the final image By the way, who will give the promo code - cgevent to our forrender.com managers - you will receive a 15% discount for render.
  5. e-LysE | Origin

    From the album e-LysE

    Default Skin full project + viewers : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0g0rK A character I did for an unfinished project, but I may use her in another one after some little tweaks... High+Low polys/Uvs done with 3dsmax, Baked with MightyBake, 4K PBR maps all made on 3D-Coat with StarWars-Redemption's SmartMaterials, rig/skin/posing with Akeytsu, rendered with Marmoset Toolbag 3.

    © Vexod14 | Etienne Beschet

  6. e-LysE

    From the album e-LysE

    e-LysE - full project + viewers : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0g0rK A character I did for an unfinished project, but I may use her in another one after some little tweaks... High+Low polys/Uvs done with 3dsmax, Baked with MightyBake, 4K PBR maps all made on 3D-Coat with StarWars-Redemption's SmartMaterials, rig/skin/posing with Akeytsu, rendered with Marmoset Toolbag 3.

    © Vexod14 | Etienne Beschet

  7. e-LysE | IronGirl

    From the album e-LysE

    "IronGirl"'s Skin full project + viewers : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0g0rK A character I did for an unfinished project, but I may use her in another one after some little tweaks... High+Low polys/Uvs done with 3dsmax, Baked with MightyBake, 4K PBR maps all made on 3D-Coat with StarWars-Redemption's SmartMaterials, rig/skin/posing with Akeytsu, rendered with Marmoset Toolbag 3.

    © Vexod14 | Etienne Beschet

  8. e-LysE | Insurrection

    From the album e-LysE

    Insurrection's Skin full project + viewers : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0g0rK A character I did for an unfinished project, but I may use her in another one after some little tweaks... High+Low polys/Uvs done with 3dsmax, Baked with MightyBake, 4K PBR maps all made on 3D-Coat with StarWars-Redemption's SmartMaterials, rig/skin/posing with Akeytsu, rendered with Marmoset Toolbag 3.

    © Vexod14 | Etienne Beschet

  9. e-LysE | Dragonfly

    From the album e-LysE

    DragonFly's Skin full project + viewers : https://www.artstation.com/artwork/0g0rK A character I did for an unfinished project, but I may use her in another one after some little tweaks... High+Low polys/Uvs done with 3dsmax, Baked with MightyBake, 4K PBR maps all made on 3D-Coat with StarWars-Redemption's SmartMaterials, rig/skin/posing with Akeytsu, rendered with Marmoset Toolbag 3.

    © Vexod14 | Etienne Beschet

  10. Klarell

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    Klarell ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). I did her "Weapon" + the motor and all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  11. Klarell

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    Klarell ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). I did her "Weapon" + the motor and all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  12. Klarell

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    Klarell ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). I did her "Weapon" + the motor and all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  13. SenPai'n

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    SenPai'n ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  14. SenPai'n

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    SenPai'n ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  15. SenPai'n

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    SenPai'n ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  16. Reyna

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    The Burning Descent | Barbarian - Reyna Reyna ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made her weapon from A to Z, and I did the Guitar/Skull + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  17. Reyna

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    The Burning Descent | Barbarian - Reyna Reyna ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made her weapon from A to Z, and I did the Guitar/Skull + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  18. Reyna

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    The Burning Descent | Barbarian - Reyna Reyna ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made her weapon from A to Z, and I did the Guitar/Skull + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  19. Thor'Axe

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    Thor'Axe ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the Chest + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  20. Thor'Axe

    From the album TheBurningDescent | Characters

    Thor'Axe ( High/Low/Uvs/Bake ) was made by the talented artist Coralie Bruchon ( https://www.artstation.com/artist/longsharp ). Anthony Daneluzzi made his weapons from A to Z, and I did the Chest + all PBR textures/Rig/Posing mostly with 3DCoat/Akeytsu. I used 3DCoat for mostly everything except stencils/Brushes creation ( PS ) with custom smartmaterials ( same used on SWR project =) ) Special thanks to Coralie Bruchon, Adrien Chenet, Alexandre Cheremetieff, Maxime Teppe, Anthony Daneluzzi, for your feedbacks ( especially about skin tones ;) ), it helped me so much ! The Burning Descent is a VR Game made@ RyseUp Studios in Lyon

    © RyseUp Studios

  21. PHANTOM Project

    Hey guys, New here! Just thought I'd share some of my experimental stuff in 3D-Coat, and hope to get some critique / feedback! I'm experimenting with a good workflow using 3D elements to be incorporated into 2D concept work, and trying to achieve a movie still quality style. So I'd love to have any feedback you guys have! Hope you like the work so far! Mohzart
  22. View 1

    From the album The Forester

    Hello, everyone! This is WIP P11 and I finished the character. Now will start to rig him and setup the pose. All sculpt was done in 3d-Coat In the video, I show the process of adjusting the skin and hair in the new Corona Render 1.7, as well as the retopology of some objects in 3d-Soat, texturing in the Substance Painter and setting up materials in the Corona render. Show using the textures for scuffs and dirt from the site Poliigon, as well as creating chains using the script BraidedHair. Combing the hair and fur in Ornatrix. Rendered on the Forrender.com farm. ( 2*Xeon e5 2670 56Gb RAM) The noise threshold was originally set at 5%, as the developers themselves advise for Denoiser. But later I realized that I'd better render a little longer and bring the threshold to 2-3%, instead of using Denoiser. He did not like me very much. Still, the eye is pleasant more natural photo noise, rather than a smoothed picture. Especially if you put a threshold of 3-4% - the noise is almost invisible in 1:1.
  23. Hi Did not get any response via support mail so I´ll try the forum. Tried 3D Coat and really liked it so I bought EDU version from Steam. Before buying I searched around about the licensing and found information that one could find the serial number for the Steam installation in the Win registry and use it to install the standalone versions of 3dCoat. I also found out that one can buy an "Add another OS" upgrade for 40$. Tested the Wizard for the "Add Another OS" upgrade and it required the serial and it was valid for both pro and edu versions. Great, I got the serial from the registry and walked through the wizard and ordered the upgrade for MAC. Well, the order went through but I only received an order confirmation mail stating. "Thank you for your purchase..." "Error! Serial ******-******-.... isn´t active". Used 40$ on the upgrade licens but cannot use it and no response from support in 24h. :-/ Have I misunderstood everything, isn´t it possible to use the "Add another OS" if one buys 3DCoat from Steam? Hope to find an answer to this so I know what options I have..... br New "confused" 3DCoat user
  24. Vox Extrude crashes 3dcoat 4.7.08

    Hey guys, It's been a while since I touched 3dcoat and vox extrude used to be an important tool in my workflow but it seems to crash the program whenever I hit apply. Any suggestions on how I can fix it?
  25. 3DCoat -> Substance Painter bake

    Hello everyone! It's me... again. Honestly, sorry for that. This time, I'm experiencing a huge problem with the high to low bake. I've made several, several experiments to solve it, I've improved it, I've learned a lot of things about exporting options, optimal decimations and settings on Substance (I love to integrate these two softwares together SO much)... but I couldn't solve it. At first I thought it was all about bad UVs (and my UVs are bad, believe me), but I tried to do some experiments and I've seen it doesn't seem to be UVs' fault! I've came to the conclusion that it must be the bad geometry of the lowpoly model... I think. But before retopologizing all the model from scratch (I'm gonna try 3DCoat retopo tools, played a little with 'em and liking 'em!), I'd really, really love to ask the advice of more experienced, professional people. I'm not sure if this can be helpful, but there's my workflow: lowpoly in Blender, import in 3DCoat, voxelization/sculpt/etc in 3DCoat, export high from 3DCoat, UV map the lowpoly and exporting it from 3DCoat, importing lowpoly UV mapped in Substance Painter, baking the textures (only the normal, actually) with highpoly and optimal settings also in Substance Painter. The point is: is it effectively a bad lowpoly/retopo mesh problem, or I'm missing something important? Hope you can help! Sorry again for all these questions, and thank you in advance for helping me out! Here the screens to show the exact problem (here you can see the bake result in Painter, the highpoly in 3DCoat, the export settings in 3DCoat, the lowpoly also in 3DCoat).
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