Dreams has only been in PS4 Early Access for a week and a half, but that hasn’t stopped creators from doing some pretty neat stuff using their limited time with the content-creation toolset. While some are using it for things like creating their own version of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, others are paying homage to their favorite video games within Media Molecule’s tools.
Twitter user Tamir Williams shared their creation on their feed, and as the below tweet points out, the reception was overwhelming for them. While they fully admit they’re looking at creating or borrowing a better model for Spider-Man himself (some have entered the replies to the tweet offering to send them models they’ve made), the webbing sounds like it was a beast to model, taking around two hours for Williams to create it frame by frame.
You can see the recreation in the embedded tweet below.
Wow… just wow.
Over 28K views, over 200 retweets, and almost 1,300 likes. The response I’ve gotten from you guys has literally overwhelmed me with emotions. Thank you all so much for the kind praises. YOU inspire me to be better. #MadeInDreams #DreamPS4 pic.twitter.com/KgEudv3Kph
— Tamir Williams (@TamirWilliams9) April 24, 2019
We also decided to get in on the Marvel fun using Dreams. Watch us attempt to assemble our own version of the Avengers in Media Molecule’s creation suite. For more on Dreams, check out Javy Gwaltney’s play journal, chronicling his adventures in the toolset, or Jeff Marchiafava’s look at the coolest tools that any dummy can use.
[Source: Tamir Williams on Twitter]