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This is my first scene using UDK which I have been working on for a couple weeks now. I feel its far enough along for me to post some WIP's. This was inspired by the movie Se7en when the detectives discover the apartment of the serial killer. It's a small scene mainly to familar myself with UDK. I still have some main pieces I need to model and texture so excuse the grey blocks



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good concept keep going looks good so far, altho cant see much maybe increase ambient bounces
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Cool, lighting looks pretty nice..maybe you can use a little bit more ambient light to fill the area like nick2730 said..just a little bit.
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hey guys thanks for the comments. I tried playing with the ambient bounces a bit but it doesn't seem to make much of a difference from the default of 3. I do want to increase the ambient lighting so I have plans to make some lights to bring this up eventually. At the same time I want to keep it a little dark, mysterious and moody. I have started added some desk lamps and bookshelf lamps around the room to give a bit more ambient light into the scene. Also added some more books on the empty shelving unit.

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look at the movie 7 I think there is some massive inspiration there especially with the photo's and the red light from the dark room could be pretty sick looking. Also use Higher res images I want to be able to see your sene clearly.
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dudealan- you read my mind I had the plan to have the red light in the back heres a first pass at it

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updated with color grading, and some new props

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It's coming along nicely and the lighting is looking much better now. Try working some yellow and more red lights in to break up all the green/blue lighting.
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Definitely looking better! Great progress
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thanks for the comments guys! here is todays progress.

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Looks really good! although it looks more like a private investigators office more so than some deranged serial killer. I`m not saying you need to blood it up or anything. It just needs something unsettling.

I`m not sure if you`ve played it, but you should check out the Fairfax residence in Swat 4. Its a really old game. unreal 2.5 I think? Anyways- the second level you have to apprehend a serial killer. It gets all, "silence of the lambs" towards the end of the level, but maybe this video will help aid in some ideas:

(watch in fullscreen, 720p)
http://youtu.be/HAJ1rUc4XMk?t=7m1s
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konstruct: thanks for the feedback! you are absolutely right, that is a great reference video you have attached, definitely some things i can borrow from there. My hope is, I plan to wrap this up in the next couple of days and start on something else. I may end up just changing the name ;)

Larry1: this being my first unreal scene I would have to say its worth learning and a good exercise! there is still so much I haven't tapped into so im slowly learning this aswell
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