“When I came to Real Madrid, all my dreams came true. These years have been magnificent, I have enjoyed every moment and I’ve had fun. In the coming years I’m going to give even more. My dream continues with my renewal. I hope we can win many more titles in the years to come”.
Luka Modric Exclusive interview With RealMadrid.Com after his renewing with RealMadrid
Lol why is it so hard for people to understand you can like rival teams. And falling in love with players during the WC and seeing what club their on is another struggle. Like “you’re hot. your clubs not”
*casually jumps in the bandwagon* ;u; Makeup transformation: BLEACH/Burimyu edition
Seriously, I do not kid when I say I am Hisagi’s dork side! And I feel so frickin ashamed of myself for putting my face next to these awesome Burimyu actors OTL Do you see the difference between god/s and a lowborn??? …I’m so sorry for this lame post m(_ _)m
We know we’ve been pretty quiet lately, but never fear, we’re still here! Here we have a rendering of a light fixture from an area of our Titanic recreation we have NEVER shown before in the course of the project, a room we’ve been hard at work on as of late. Can you guess where it is?
For complicated and intricately detailed fixtures and carvings on the ship, we like to model them in full detail with an extremely high polygon count (too high for any game engine, sadly), and then render our textures and maps for the low-poly game-compatible models from them. We find it allows for further authenticity and higher detail in otherwise low-detail models. In the image above of our high-poly model work, you can see all moldings and patterns are fully modeled instead of purely textured, and even the ceiling behind it is entirely 3D. This allows us to analyze how light interacts with these items, and how to simulate this within Unreal Engine wherever possible.
Our modelers Matt and Kyle have been doing a great deal of research and work in creating this new part of the ship for our project, and we’ve even unlocked a mystery or two in the process that may surprise some.