PBR Practical Workflow: In this demonstration, Richard Piper gives a quick overview of physically based rendering using Marmoset’s Basic Theory of Physically-Based Rendering as a reference and in doing so explains some of the most important concepts that you need to understand in order to get started in PBR. He then shows how to practically apply these concepts within Substance Painter to get the results you need on your assets.
In this demonstration, Jeremy Baldwin demonstrates how to create a dynamic sphere volume using shaders within Unreal Engine 4.
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In this demonstration, Andy Davies goes over the creation of cloth alphas in ZBrush 4 R5.
He shows the techniques needed to efficiently create multiple cloth alphas using a range of 2.5d tools within ZBrush, which can then be used as a solid base for sculpting or to compliment existing geometry.
In this demonstration, Jeremy Baldwin shows you how to create a simple maxscript that gives the users control over several parameters when creating basic primitives procedurally.
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In this demonstration Andrew Maximov guides you through building various shaders from the ground up in Unreal Development Kit (UDK). He starts by going through the basics by explaining what some of the most widely used nodes in the material editor do and what they can and should be used for and then moves on to creating a custom phong lighting shader building on what was shown in the previous video for maximum effect.
From there he creates a complex shader that goes over such things as directional blending of textures and procedural placement of snow and ice. He then shows how to create a clock shader with customisable rotating hands and moves on to create a versatile desert shader for use in environment pieces that includes sand movement for that extra polish. He then goes over how to create a cheap and effective dripping water shader and a distance based blending shader that automatically sets the texture tiling based on the position of the camera within the scene and then moves on to gradient mapping which is used to cheaply and realistically texture various objects without the need for textures. Finally he shows how to produce clean opacity masks for foliage without the need for a dedicated alpha masks.
This DVD is perfect for those who want to learn how to efficiently create visually appealing and efficient materials in UDK.