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Sci fi rooms

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Sci Fi Laboratory Room - HIGH POLY 3D model of Futuristic Sci Fi Laboratory Interior. Detailed and realistic. Suitable for visualizations, advertising renders and other. Design made by my self - cermaka.

Sci Fi Habitat, Mihaela Ciora

Final Submission for a Style Matrix Project at university. For this project I wanted to make a Spaceship Habitat. The main influence for this project was Wayne Haag's Alien Covenant concept art ( https://www.artstation.com/artwork/BDRor ). The aim of the project was to make an appealing environment with the use of trim sheet, decals also by reusing textures and being very efficient. Special thanks to Archie Whitehead, Josiah Cuffley-Thorne and all the kind people that gave me feedback.

This is the room of a cyberpunk girl...about 25-35 years old. She is a vendor, weapon trader and engineer, she sell weapon mods and weapon augmentations, she can modify and customize weapons. She is not legal so you don't find her in a shop or market..the player need to go to her apartment, to enhance weapons. She has access to the vents in order to smuggle shady hack mods equipment thru them. It's 4k res so feel free to zoom in, details worth it! I hope you enjoy it!

This is the room of a cyberpunk girl...about 25-35 years old. She is a vendor, weapon trader and engineer, she sell weapon mods and weapon augmentations, she can modify and customize weapons. She is not legal so you don't find her in a shop or market..the player need to go to her apartment, to enhance weapons. She has access to the vents in order to smuggle shady hack mods equipment thru them. Feel free to zoom in, details worth it! I hope you enjoy it! https://www.artstation.com/amarc/blog