Here's a hi-res version of the duct from System Shock 2, trying to stay pretty faithful to the original. It’s also made to the exact same scale so that it slots into the level. It was mainly made to see how much effort recreating assets would be for my personal SS2 project
Granted, it's not particularly interesting, but it is a higher-resolution version than that of the original in-game duct:
The project itself was a recreation of System Shock 2 in Unreal Engine 5. You can have a little peek at me playing through in the video below. It was pretty function scripting-wise, I recreated a lot of the systems from the original Dark engine:
I'm Blake and I like to tinker with things and make stuff. When I'm not programming or developing random systems, I'm playing with electronics, doodling bits of art, 3D modelling or sculpting and painting things or nerding out watching sci-fi or horror TV.
From 2001 I worked in the games industry, eventually specialising in tools to aid in the development of video games and their engines. In 2011 I left the industry and teamed up with a few other talented composers to utilise my knowledge to help build the company 'Spitfire Audio'.
I also periodically compose soundtracks for video-games and have worked on titles such as The Stanley Parable and Portal Knights. You've probably also heard my music in random TV commercials at some point.
Nowadays I tend to utilise Unreal Engine 5. I use a mixture of (mostly) C++ (Visual Studio 2019, Rider) and Blueprints.
I work with Autodesk's 3D Studio Max to generate the art required, and Adobe Photoshop or Paintshop Pro 6 for texturing. I also dabble with Allegorithmic's Substance Designer/Painter for more realistic texturing work.
I tend to generate tools in Python, C++ or NodeJS depending on what's needed.
Audio-wise, I still use Cool Edit Pro and FL Studio to generate sounds and music respectively.