Play asset packJeevan Pattar Graffiti Artist Base's itch.io page
|Research & Development||#7||3.750||3.750|
Ranked from 4 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.
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Research and development - Excellent depth of research and understanding of the concept. This was presented clearly and was easy to read. I have taken a star off for development as it would of been nice to see some different ideas/layouts thrown around in the concepting and block out phase.
Technical - Technical challenge was well attempted and not outside the scope for the task. Car paint turned out nicely in UE4. I have taken a couple of stars off as I think your UV's could of been laid out better for the car body. The graffiti on the car itself was a little pixelated and this was a shame to see as the designs were very interesting. I also think your Post process could of been pushed a little more, especially the eye adaptation as this caused your scene to look overlay dark in some areas. I also think some of your PBR values are a little off, the floor and boxes were rather shiny and the normals were very strong, try and balance this in the future. An important part of a PBR workflow as well is to watch your white and black values, nothing is pure white or pure black and I think your tones were a little too strong on your graffiti on the walls.
Creative - I liked the theme of the piece and could see the story this told without reading the initial description. I have taken a star off as I think you could of pushed the alternative personality of the artists ego a lot further.
Documentation - Documentation was well presented and easy to read, I have taken a star off as I would of liked to of seen your lighting setup explained a little more.
Presentation - Presentation was excellent and couldn't be faulted. Pictures were easy to view and the downloadable scene worked as intended.
A really nice piece with a lot of story telling. This piece shows a lot of individual elements but all tied together well in a cohesive way.
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