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Slaughterhouse - inside dark and gloomy, outside pretty pretty winter wonderland.

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Video preview (demo-level matinee sequence)

blueprints overview

Slaughterhouse environment includes, pig carcasses both static (2) and rigged (2) with physics assets ready to take the hit. Also included: modular building blocks with both interior and exterior, props wrapped in Blueprints as pipe and wire-splines with a bunch of variation possibilities. Scraps include wood planks, and pallets. Also suitable table, bench, sink, radiators, and gutters

Outside world is build from frozen birch tree(s) and from a small twig-type foliage with spline road, spline fence, spline icicles and landscape and an ice material. Last but no means least a haze and snowfall particle systems are included to finish the job.

Technical Details

12 Blueprints, 66 materials & instances, 71 meshes, 4 particles, 2 skeletal meshes, 105 textures (2 placeholders).

Included Blueprints are tools to replicate meshes and to add some adjustments for example:

with carcasses-BP you can choose amount of carcasses, set random rotation seed and choose between static and skeletal meshes to be used (Enable "sub-stepping" in project settings and lower "Max substep DeltaTime" to remove skeletal mesh jittering). With pipes-BP can use spline to drag out the pipes, choose the mesh from 5 meshes, add start and end c-pipe, rotate c-pipes and choose from 3 materials. Bird BP-includes target point search for the bird mesh. Particles include 2 versions of haze (modified material for interior and exterior lighting) water drip, and snowfall. Texture sizes from 1024 to 4096, mainly diffuse, normal map and mask textures.

Collision: Yes, automatically generated

Average tris count: 3000 tris count from lowest (foliage twigs) 50 to highest (birch LOD0) 17700

Meshes have 1-4 Lods

Number of Meshes: 71

Number of Materials and Material Instances: 66

Number of Textures: 105 (2 placeholders)

Supported Development Platforms:built and tested in windows

Supported Platforms: desktop

Notes: Enable "sub-stepping" in project settings and lower "Max substep DeltaTime" to remove skeletal mesh jittering



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