Year of issue : 2018
Manufacturer : Gumroad
Manufacturer website : www.gumroad.com
Author : Simon Fuchs
Duration : 28 hours 00 min
Handout Type : Video Tutorial
Language : English
Описание : Are you thinking about a career as a 3D artist in the video game industry? Do you want to become a faster and more efficient modeler and learn the latest techniques in 3d modeling, texturing and game art? This tutorial will help you understand and apply all aspects of creating high-quality PBR game assets!
Follow this course as we model, unwrap, bake, texture and render a military radio to current generation video game standards. Every step is documented without fast forwarding.
In this chapter, I`m giving you a detailed overview of my workflow in over 3 hours of fully commented video. I will be providing you with all the scripts, hotkeys, and plugins that I use on a daily basis. I will walk you through where to get them and how to install all of them. I will give you detailed examples when and how to use them in your workflow, turning both Maya and Zbrush into powerful tools for hard surface modeling.
Maya and Zbrush – Modeling:
The modeling part covers the scene setup followed by the block out, high-poly and low-poly modeling of the military radio in which we make use of advanced actions, modifiers, and scripts. You will learn how to use Zbrush to quickly create a high-poly model as well as add some wear and tear and dents to your asset. After the modeling process, we will jump straight into creating UV coordinates for the asset and focus on the importance of an optimized UV-Layout to get the highest texel density possible.
Substance Painter – Texturing:
After modeling, we will bake our asset in Substance Painter. You will learn how to create perfect bakes and how to create all the maps needed for the final asset. Right after, you will learn how to make an ultra-realistic texture for the military radio.
You will learn how to create new materials from scratch and use procedural textures, masks, and generators to add wear and tear on our radio resulting in a photorealistic appearance. You will also get to know the latest tools that Substance Painter currently has to offer. In addition to creating your own materials, you will learn how to implement materials from substance share into your design and iterate on them further.
Marmoset Toolbag – Rendering:
In this chapter, you will learn how to create realistic renderings for your military radio in Marmoset Toolbag. I will be teaching you how to light your object and set up your camera and environment to create realistic lighting for your object. I will teach you how to create portfolio ready images using post-processing effects through the marmoset cameras as well as final adjustments in Adobe Photoshop.