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[Submitted] Lowpoly Style Desert / WildWest Pack

Discussion in 'Assets and Asset Store' started by chassets, Feb 7, 2017.

  1. chassets

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  2. zugsoft

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    I really like the design and the level.
    Which post effect do you use? , the quality is amazing.

    I am finishing my new game, a fighting game very lowpoly, and I think to create a new scene with your Asset.
     
  3. theANMATOR2b

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    Concur - you mind sharing your lighting setup also, unless it's default. :)

    A couple tree variations would be nice, saguaro cactus, and Joshua trees are common to the south western deserts.
    Some low bushes would also be a nice addition to the pack, smaller cacti, sage brush and a stylized tumble weed too.

    Well done.
     
  4. chassets

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    Thanks guys! Glad you like it.

    The lighting and FX are pretty basic though, just a bit of AO / Bloom (Unitys effects). I guess the gradients I chose make it look nice.

    Thanks for the plant ideas! I'll post a update tomorrow if I can, made a couple of new items in the meantime.
     
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  5. chassets

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    Also made a few sand dunes and a particle system that blows off sand, really makes the scene look a lot more alive in play mode.

    dunes_sand_blowing.PNG dunes_sand_blowing2.PNG
     
  6. theANMATOR2b

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    Nice! I really like the Joshua trees!
    I usually don't consider graphic assets from the store - because I'm an artist - and that just seems silly to buy something I can create on my own. But I really like the style of this and some pieces could potentially fit in the game I'm currently working on.
    Will strongly consider when its available.
     
  7. grimunk

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    Look good! We'll have to pick that pack up for one of our speed build videos...
     
  8. chassets

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    Thanks guys! Creating a couple of items and a few plants, then I think it is ready to submit in a few days.
     
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    Here's a quick walkthrough, added a bit of background and more depth to the scene, also added a few new plants and items. Hope you like it!

    Have a nice evening everyone :)
     
  10. chassets

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    The asset has already been submitted to the store, hopefully it'll be available in the next few days. :)
     
  11. chassets

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    Hi! Sadly, it still hasn't been reviewed yet, maybe the asset store guys have had less time for this because of the GDC.

    In the meantime, I have a little sneak peek for you on what's coming next
    2.PNG 1.PNG
     
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  12. Arkade

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    Loved the old one but wasn't right for my game. Really love the new aesthetic and it's spot on for my game ranging from southern New York state, up through Canada, into the Arctic. Let us know when it comes out!
     
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  13. chassets

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    Hi! Thanks, glad you like my stuff! I had to create another thread, because I could'nt post in this thread anymore.

    You can find the new thread here: https://forum.unity3d.com/threads/released-lowpoly-style-destert-woodland-environment.470131/

    There are now 3 different packs available, the fourth will be availabe once approved by unity (1 or 2 weeks from now, I guess).

    You can find links and Images/videos in the new thread.

    thanks & best regards,
    holzay