Floating City Maya Assets

Group Members : Jack Ellison, Erin Morrow, Michael Lilley (Links to blogs below)

Once we had decided to divide our city model into four sections, including the bottom mechanical part which will work to keep the city afloat, we began to model some small assets in maya which could be used in each area, such as windows, building blocks, tower blocks, trees and lamps etc.

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We decided upon which sections each of us would start building for, I was assigned the top section which is the modern part of Belfast, (mainly 2000’s onwards).

As we have decided to model the city in a low poly style, I tried keeping my assets low in detail/tried maintaining lower divisions. We took inspiration from the images below.

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Group member blog links

Erin Morrow – https://erinnmorrow.wordpress.com/

Jack Ellison – https://jackjellison.wordpress.com/

Michael Lilley – https://michaellilleyart.wordpress.com/

References

https://www.behance.net/gallery/22930349/Lowpoly-island

http://www.nicoladestefanis.com/blog/deailand/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/7580375/Lighthouse-Low-Poly

https://www.47ink.com/low-poly-island

http://errors9.blogspot.co.uk/2010/05/3-leavel-low-poly-model-of-same.html

http://www.turnislefthome.com/

https://www.artstation.com/artist/slir

https://www.behance.net/gallery/14730487/PROJECT-INTO-THE-WILD

http://ub18aux.deviantart.com/art/Floating-Ice-Island-477671824

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