Okay my first post, don't mess this one up...
Hey! So I had this idea of making my own interieur scene with a kind of sci-fi cathedral. The whole thing will (hopefully) be handpainted and brought into UDK.
To lose a few words about me. As I'm noticed and also indicated through my post-count, I'm new here. I'm also 'fairly' new to the scene, meaning I don't have a huge lot of working experience. Actually it's about half a year in a 3 man company and it wasn't that great. I mean it was no challenge whatsoever and I realy didn't improve on anything in my time there, sadly.
But onwards to greater news!
I want to boost up my portfolio with this projecte that's why I'll try as hard as I can to finish this. It'll probably kill me because I can imagine that this will be a huge thing to do. And actually that's why I'm here. To grab every little piece of information, critics, helps and tips that I can get from you.
In return I hope to give somethine back to newer artists once I've got anything to share.
So I haven't that much already. I'm officially starting this project with this thread. My biggest problem so far is the workflow. I don't want to mess this up from the start so I hope to get any help here. I'm also currently gathering some reference pics to help me out. Mostly I've got some great shots from the inside of the 'Cologne Cathedral' from germany (gamescom visitors might have seen this one), because it fits the style I'm aiming for and it's kind of the obvious choise for me since I'm from germany too. But yeah I need alot more of references especially for the sci-fi feel I want to get into it and that's where I'm struggling a bit. I realy don't even know what would fit into a cathedral to give it this feeling.
I guess the next step after that would be a rough block-out, but any tips from the more experienced guys would be great though.
Well I'll leave you with this huge bunch of text for now and hope to get a great project and a lot of experience from this.
PS: I'm sorry for any bad grammar or typos.
I mashed some of the references together to give you guys a quick Idea on what to expect. Still lacking a bit of the sci-fi feeling though.