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The Gnomon Workshop - Designing a Modular Environment Using Unreal with Brian Recktenwald

Discussion in 'Others Tutorials' started by VIPGFX, Feb 1, 2019.

  1. VIPGFX

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    In Designing a Modular Environment using Unreal, Environment Artist Brian Recktenwald guides you through his workflow for creating a subway environment with some supernatural elements. In breaking down the scene, Brian takes you through his entire creation process of reference gathering, modeling modular blockouts & assets in 3ds Max, testing blockouts in Unreal, texturing in Substance Designer, final modeling, uv’s, and rendering in V-ray Next. He also covers photogrammetry techniques using Reality Capture, organic modeling in ZBrush and final scene assembly, lighting, and post processing. For those looking to create efficient environments, using a few objects to imply detailed complexity, this tutorial provides invaluable tips and techniques.









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    Amazing work you are doing man but non of the direct download links are working and I cant get the torrent link, can you please Re-upload the links if that is possible ?