Welcome Everyone! So, with everything we discussed in here, we will now deploy VGC's own "Report Card" Thread for next generation gaming graphics. That means all throughout Gen 9, this thread can be the area you use to benchmark the results. Basically, do games look as good as what I show? Better? Worse? As the generation progresses (mainly for the PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC), we'll use this thread. The reason I'm doing this is to see if you guys desires were met and if the advanced techniques I share from the strict 3D/Artists community is being followed by the Gaming Community. So, I'll try to present a new piece of Art as often as possible to see how things are going.
1. The first is a character of my own. I've spent the last few months trying to get her as close to graphical satisfaction that I could (8K res Warning)
2. The second character is by a fellow Artist by the name of Hellboy and rendered on my PC (8K res Warning)
3. The third is of an example scene in Unity, using the last pieces of technology (such as megascans) to bring its world to life (1440p Render)
On the Moderation Side of things, I'm going to be blunt - this is NOT a place for you to tell us what games you liked/didn't like or any other pointless argument! I won't even engage posts like them or any others that are clearly designed to derail the topic. They will just be handed Moderations so the flow of the thread isn't lost. This is for Educational and Engagement purposes, so opinions are welcome, but it will not be used as a means to trash on anything or anyone. Again, I mean this in the strictest sense, so if you choose to ignore it, and are then moderated, that will be all on you.
With all of that "mean" stuff out of the way, I very much look forward to some good discussions and for the graphics junkies to participate. If anyone has trouble seeing the higher res images (sorry, PC and all that ), I can downsample them to 4K or 1440p if need be. If you need lower, I can also do 1080, but 1440 should be the lowest if you want to see the best quality.
Bring those discussions here! Enjoy everyone!Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 14 December 2019