I’m still working on the sushi bar and I’ve made some progress. I’ve added a few assets and improved some old ones. I made a new curtain (noren) for the exterior and remade the one with the maneki cat because I didn’t like the previous version. I modeled some cloth hangers for the back of the restaurant and some posters (this part was easy thanks to some great public domain Ukiyo-e paintings ), a clock and some flowers.
I’ve modeled a few new assets (chairs, menu, pots, etc) for the sushi bar and it’s starting to look good. I would like to add some posters, flowers, and, of course a chef and a couple of customers. In the mean time, enjoy these screenshots.
Since a couple of days, I’m working modeling a sushi bar inspired by the Sushi Gin restaurant in the Yakuza series (in particular, I’m playing Kiwami 2 right now, so that’s my reference). Here a little preview of the work in progress; I plan to add chairs, the fish for the sushi, the menu and other little details to the scene, but I couldn’t restrain me from publishing these early screenshots. Continue reading “Sushi Bar Preview”
It’s a little while I don’t publish anything about the Modular Japanese House project, I’m still working on it. Actually since my last update, I did a lot of work in order to change all materials and, in general, the approach to texturing. Continue reading “Japanese House Update”
Here a little recap of almost all the 3D assets done til now for the Japanese Modular House project. Continue reading “Modular Japanese House Content”
I’m still working to build a machiya street with stores, restaurants and privates houses , inspired from pictures of Kyoto and Ise. Here you can see some progress I did in the last weeks. I hope you like it. Since my previous screenshots, I’ve been working on the lights, especially on the material used in UE4. Continue reading “Ryouriya’s (料理屋) interior and other progress on the modular Japanese house”
Another little preview of the Japanese Modular House. Added a few props, like the zabuton (座布団 – ざぶとん typical Japanese cushions used as chairs), the byoubu (屏風 – びょうぶ- folding screens), some sake bottles, barrels, lamps and curtains (called noren 暖簾 – のれん in Japanese). Continue reading “Japanese Liquor Store Sakaya (酒屋) and Other Interiors Preview”