Stunning realistic archviz project made in unreal engine 5

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December 14, 2022

Pasquale Scionti is a Principal Lighting/Lookdev Artist based in Hamilton, Ontario. In his latest project, he has created a stunningly realistic apartment model using 3DS Max for modelling and Unreal Engine 5 for rendering. The project, which is still a work in progress, showcases Pasquale's expertise in lighting, look development.

Pasquale has utilized Quixel's Megascan library of high-resolution textures and assets. These scans provide a wealth of realistic details that help bring Pasquale's apartment model to life. All you see in the video is real-time using the unreal engine 5.

Scionti's showcase reel for 2022 showcases the full potential of Unreal Engine 5, with its ability to produce photorealistic results in real-time. The level of detail and lighting effects seen in his work is truly impressive.

To see more of Pasquale's work, check out his website. You can also follow him on Artstation.

Overall, Pasquale's work showcases his talent as a 3D artist and his dedication to creating photorealistic scenes using the latest tools and technologies. We can't wait to see the final result of his apartment model, and we're excited to see what other projects he has in store for the future.

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Artist mentioned in the article
Pasquale Scionti
Lookdev artist
Architectural visualization realtime and videogames content with Unreal engine 5, Principal Lighting/Lookdev Artist

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