Much better. I think you can boost the glow a bit. Then add some flames coming out of the head. And a flaming motorcycle would fit quite well. And nicolas cage. Wait.
That looks much better. I agree with @MoffKalast that the glow could be ever so slightly brighter, especially around the lettering on the blade, but it already looks 50x better to me.
Stronger glow is just too strong, I'll probably stay with this one + some small glow over runes.
That's what I was going to suggest... so you are already ahead of me.
Makes sense. I'm sure it probably looks even better in the real environment anyway... it's hard to do justice to something like that with a screenshot.
I've just released my latest project Multiplayer Arena, which is an up-to-4-player split-screen FPS with 5 game modes: Skirmish, King of the Hill, Dodgeball, Clone Wars and Bladerunner. It can be downloaded from https://gamejolt.com/games/multiplayerarena/283164
Because of some constructive criticism I decided to make few changes to my latest FX:
Continue to work on shader nodes editor... Implemented:1. Actions to add new material/world/attribute parameters and a shader node2. Actions to remove material/world/attribute parameters3. Attaching material parameter/attribute/world parameter to a shader node, attaching output vertex parameter to input fragment parameterand a lot of things are still in progress
Can I ask you one thing?Could you please stop posting screenshots of SpaceShift Editor in here (you have your own thread ) or at least decrease the frequency of them. They mostly look the same, since your progress is mostly in functionality not looks. I know some people don't even bother posting because their WIP screenshots get drowned in the amount of your progress updates.This was not meant as offensive and is just feedback. Keep up the good work.
Continuing work on station livery textures, just finished the rusty unmaintained one - the default skin for outer rim and abandoned stations.:
Same UVmaps, same underlying texture as before but with rusted overlays and broken windows. The point being that the player can then repair and repaint these ones to the stock texture (and some company livery afterwards that'll generate a passive advertisement income).
You mean... rust in space?
Yes, yes I know.
But you haven't considered <\insert technobabble here>!
See, makes perfect sense.
ho yeah you're right my bad...
Maybe they are so old that air constantly leaks out... and "clings" the station because of "artificial gravity".
I've been playing a lot of Elite Dangerous these days... and even in a game that tries to feel real, 90% of the stuff is total BS. At least the planets/systems are in a proper scale.
That sounds like a thing that could be by design. Having a layer of thin air around the station should soften the effect of explosive decompression in case of damage, while providing some sort of less deadly zone for anyone on EVA.
I'll add it to the wiki haha
Here's a quickie video from the Maud editor project, demonstrating recently-added support for spatial animations. It's a 12-second clip of the BoxAnimated model from the glTF-Sample-Models repository on GitHub.
Maud won't officially support glTF import until JME 3.2 settles down.
About a year ago I mentioned that I was working on in-pass shadow mapping:
Well, its been a while and I am continuing this work here:
Here's a screenshot of directional + point + spot light shadows, all in one scene, interacting with each other:
Making a game for Android (In alpha stage yet)