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Learn Photorealism: Create a Maldive Island in Blender 2.8

  • Total Hour 6h 20m
  • Total Enrolled 13
  • Last Update December 2, 2019

Description

In this Class You will Learn the Basics and Principles of Achieving Photorealism by Working on a real reference example of a Maldive Island: Something that exists in Real Life.

No Other Software’s Are Required!! All You need is Blender and Blender Only

You Will Learn everything You need to turn any image reference into a high quality realistic 3D scene in Blender

Grab the reference image “Maldive Island” and apply the exact same steps from image to final render.

– Step 1: Install & Use fSpy add-on to match the exact scale of our reference

– Step 2: Build the scene and add all the details in our reference

– Step 3: Create all materials needed (by following the instructions)

– Step 4: Assign the materials to their objects in Blender 2.8

– Step 5: Set the correct lighting in our scene

– Final Step: Render the scene & Create a Final Animation

Big Thanks to these Awesome People:

– Steve from CG Geek

– Andrew Price

– Darren Lile

What Will I Learn?

  • How to create a beach in Blender 2.8
  • Learn Fluid Simulation
  • Learn UV Mapping - Wood Texture
  • Cloth Simulation (Marekting)

Topics for this course

29 Lessons6h 20m

Scale Matching

Build a Basic Scene15:19

Adding the Advanced & High Poly Details

Realistic Plants Creation

Fluid & Physics Simulation

Texturing & Shaders

Set the Correct Lighting & Rendering the Scene

About the instructors

I'm a 3D Designer and a Software Developer. I firmly believe that Photorealism is gonna be one of the most valuable skills in the near future. There is alot of opportunities for CGI artists: VFX, Gaming, Movies & Series. More than 6 years in the 3D Industry and i humbly admit i've got alot more to learn.
4.50 (2 ratings)

7 Courses

194 students

$199.99 $9.99

Requirements

  • Have Blender 2.8 Installed on your computer

Target Audience

  • 3D Blender Designers who want to Learn & Achieve Photorealism with their Projects