I started to play with texturing the exterior and as usual I got carried away and finished it.
Any idea why the far-side windows in the top pic are so bright? I'm guessing it's a "fog" problem?
For reasons unknown the reflectivity of the glass material got jacked up from the usual 10% to 35%, so the multiple reflections of the surrounding grey environment got out of hand. I don't know why I didn't notice this until you pointed it out. 10% looks much better. Thanks Robert.
The detailing holds up well in this shot but it highlights why I need to install an interior (like I need a reason) since all the decals show on the inside. I modified the Toronto Transit Commision logo so they wouldn't issue a DMCA take-down notice.
This last one really hasn't much to do with A:M but I just want to show off my success with resurrecting a JPEG of an old folded billboard graphic (top) and turning into a believable side mounted ad.
Too bad I couldn't find a better substitute font for that craftmanslike hand painted script. I went through a lot of free fonts and the best I could do was use one font for the uppercase and a different one for the lower. The lowercase still had to be massaged to make one letter flow into the next.
And what exactly is the connection between motor oil and a fine looking couple sitting on a beach? (At least I assume he looks fine, it's hard to tell behind that giant can he's leaning on).