By the light! The Scarlet Monastery is still one of the iconic dungeons of World of Warcraft to this day. Countless horror stories have taken place in the gloomy vault in recent years. David J Chan, a 3D artist, chose the monastery in WoW as a template for his latest CGI project. He recreated the entire grounds and interiors of the Scarlet Monastery in Unreal Engine. And lo and behold! The gloomy vaults of the monastery never looked so realistic and eerily beautiful.
For a long time, the Scarlet Monastery was considered the last bulwark of light in the middle of the polluted lands of Tirisfal. From there, the Order of the Scarlet Crusade led its battle in WoW against the undead who claimed the fallen kingdom of Lordaeron. The honorable fight against the remains of the Scourge attracted many devotees who made pilgrimages to the monastery to join the Scarlet Crusade. Over time, however, the paladins and priests radicalized and the order embarked on a dark path. Today the Scarlet Crusade is considered to be the best example that even the Church of Light has its downsides.
Unreal Engine brings the Scarlet Monastery to life
The Scarlet Monastery has been a popular event dungeon since the early days of World of Warcraft, where players can experience the long history of the Scarlet Cross or pay a visit to the Headless Horseman during the Holy Night. It is therefore clear that the monastery will continue to be in WoW in the next few years (buy now 15.00 € ) will play a role. The more interesting is the question of what the Gothic vault might look like in the real world. A 3D artist named David J Chan pursued this exciting idea and recreated the Scarlet Monastery in Unreal Engine. The result seems so realistic that the ghostly atmosphere of the Unreal Engine monastery sends a chill down your spine. Would you like an example? Here is the iconic altar where the final battle against the High Inquisitor White Mane takes place.
By the way, at Artstation you can find all of the artist's picturesshowing the Scarlet Monastery inside and out. Come and see, it's worth it. And in David J Chan's blog you can follow his work on the building and the inventory of the monastery step by step. The artist was inspired by identical buildings from the real world. It's amazing how detailed its digital replica of the Scarlet Monastery is!
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