The following page presents the range of projects I have produced over the last few years either in my own time or over my internship a Pixogenic Ltd using Unreal Engine and other supplementary software for Models, Materials and Animations.
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Every model in the scene with the exception of some foliage and all the trees were modelled by myself using reference images and site plans from the actual final architectural drawings of La Elvira (A relatives Villa in Cyprus). The foliage and trees were downloaded from CGTrader and Turbosquid, and with all modelled and imported assets textured with PBR textures from Cc0textures.
The Helmet and suit is for a futuristic motorcycle-drone hybrid that switches between a flying drone mode and motorcycle road traversing form. The helmet can be opened or closed automatically depending on the rider’s needs as shown in the slideshows.
Users would start by navigating the environment to see key locations and learn more about the festival through interactive posters placed around the scene. Once these posters are interacted with, they unlock new areas to visit on the map relating to the posters they engaged with.
With the aid of my superiors at Pixogenic LTD, I was able to 3D model a concept car of my own design from scratch, then later rigging and animating portions of the vehicle I planned on having be interactive. I then developed the interactive features for it using the Unreal Engine blueprint system to create a desktop and then a VR configurator proof of concept.
The entire scene was modelled in 3D Studio Max with Vray, and imported using Datasmith, with no changes or materials added from Unreal, showing the potential speed of the working pipeline between the two softwares. Then once imported, I exported the data from the prototype Datasmith build into an Unreal Engine 4.13 build that allowed for VR implementation, and used Unreal’s blueprint scripting system to design the interactive features.