Chess Scene

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How did you make the background look like that? and what do you think of mine?


I plan to re-make it the way we originally made the pawn (not low-poly) after the end of this section, unless he shows us that anyways


#3

Hi, if you are talking about the viewport background, it’s just because i have a different theme set-up.
you can chose among different themes in the user preference.

it looks nice, you can always just click on smooth if you want it to look a bit less low poly. i think in the end i also applied a subdivision surface.


#4

Hi, here is my scene so far…


#5

Nice, it’s a bit dark tough (unless that’s what you going for ;)).


#6

Yeah, it will be brighter in the future :slight_smile:


#7

Oh nice, that’s the “Science Lab” theme for Blender. I like it more than the default grey generic looking one. -.-

User Preferences > Theme > Presets > Science Lab

It will only change the colors of UI layout and background color in 3D view.

You can change all that manually too in that same area.


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#9

It’s getting along quite nice! :v:


#10

Hi, here is my scene :slight_smile:


#11

Their is no good reason why my bishop and pawns are different colors.


#12

Here it is!


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Went with an arrow empty just for dynamic effect. :smiley:


#16

This is how it looks my Chess Scene right now :slight_smile:


#17

Looking like chess!


#18

Army is almost ready :slight_smile:


#19

:slight_smile: Here is my Chess scene so far! Thanks for pointing out the correct grid position for the white position; had to rotate the chessboard to get it right!


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:monkey_face:

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