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  • Lighting La Salle 3DSMax + Vray (Download Only)

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    This five part series will focus on the topic of setting up a variety of lighting rigs that reflect natural lighting at different times of the day and manmade interior lighting. Each of the chapters will use the same base scene as a starting point, and will show a step by step guide to finding a lighting and rendering solution that best reflects the desired lighting situation. The tutorials will explain the type of lights used and how to set up the parameters along with talking about the different methods of tackling the subject. The manipulation of textures may also be covered in order to turn a daylight scene into night scene for example. The artists will also look at some useful post production techniques in Photoshop in order to enhance a final still.
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • 3DCreative: Issue 065 - January 2011 (Download Only)

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    ZBrush Monsters has been an amazing series! Looking at the great images that have been created so far makes me want to give ZBrush a go! This month we are in the capable hands of Jesse Sandifer. If you like me are feeling the cold and prefer it a little warmer you will love this article as Jesse shows us how he created his Volcanic Monster.
  • Lighting La Ruelle - 3ds Max + V-Ray (Download Only)

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    Lighting La Ruelle is an outdoor illumination eBook that focuses on lighting a base scene under very different atmospheric conditions. The tutorial covers how to build a light rig and set up the renderer to portray an environment, which includes fog/mist, sunrise/sunset, moonlight, midday sun and overcast.
    Incl. Tax: $13.65

  • 3DCreative: Issue 047 - July 2009 (Download Only)

    Our biggest new project to get your teeth stuck into this month is our Next Gen Character Creation Series, in which we have some great talents in the forms of Joseph Harford, James Busby, Gavin Goulden and John Hayes writing for you a six-part series on how to create a next gen character in 3ds Max (Joe), LightWave (James), Maya (Gavin) and last but not least, modo (John). The first chapter in the series is all about the low-res base mesh, which our artists knock up using ZSpheres in ZBrush and then proceed into the various software packages to clean it up in preparation for part two of the series: the high-res sculpt.
  • Unreal Game Engine

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    The Unreal games engine is a hugely versatile system that has been used to power a variety of best-selling video games. In The Unreal Game Engine, environment artist Andrew Finch looks at how to create game levels from scratch using the free Unreal Development Kit, starting with modeling the environment. He then addresses the two different ways in which you can create accessories for your scene – modeling in 3ds Max and importing them, or creating them directly in UDK – before adding textures and lighting. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be a level designer and wanted some practical experience, then look no further than The Unreal Game Engine.
    Incl. Tax: $41.15

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