Workshop

MAYA, REDSHIFT, NUKE

Cinematic Shot & Look Development for Bricks

NICK LEONARD

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In this workshop you will learn a range of techniques from modelling through to compositing to achieve a final image that closely resembles the product image. We will take you through the process of modelling brick buildings. This includes, the main modelling for the buildings, windows, window ledges & vertical bricks. You will learn how to correctly UV buildings for brick displacement to avoid artifacting. Learn how to setup a convincing brick shader as well as materials for the bricks, vertical bricks, glass windows, window frames & window ledges. We will take you through the lighting setup and show you how to light cinematically. To finish off, you will learn how to composite the buildings in a photo real manner as well as tone mapping & grading.

 

AUTODESK MAYA
MAXON REDSHIFT
FOUNDRY NUKE

Nick Leonard

CGI Generalist Comp & Lighting Lead

Mario is a Groom Supervisor / Groom TD and CFX Artist with many years of experience. He has worked on titles such as “Sonic the Hedgehog”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Spirit Untamed” and a bunch more.
If you are looking for solid Grooming training, take a look at Mario’s available courses.

OVER 2.5 HOURS OF CONTENT

Please see chapter section below to find out more information.

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COURSE INFO

Trailer

Beginner / Intermediate

Project Files: Included

Pre-recorded

Course Preview

Online Streaming

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If you are a studio and have multiple employees you can purchase a studio license that provides access for all of your staff. The standard is 5 licenses. Please adjust the quantity in your cart based on your studio size and artist amount.

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WORKSHOP OUTLINE

Take a look at the workshop outline to get an idea of what will be covered

(1) MODELLING THE BUILDING

(2) BUILDING UV-ING

(3) ADD SUPPORTING EDGE LOOPS

(4) ADD WINDOW LEDGES

(5) ADD WINDOW FRAMES

(6) ADD GLASS WINDOWS

(7) CAMERA SETUP & ANIMATION

(8) SCENE SETUP FOR LOOK DEVELOPMENT

(9) SHADING THE BUILDING

(10) CREATE THE GLASS SHADER

(11) SHADING CONTINUED

(12) BUILDING THE VERTICAL BRICKS (IN DEPTH)

(13) POSITION THE BUILDINGS

(14) LIGHTING

(15) RENDER SETTINGS

(16) COMPOSITING

Remember that there is definitely more content in the course than we can describe in a short  outline. That’s the reason it’s just an outline. Also make sure to watch the Trailer to get a better idea of the content covered.

WORKSHOP GALLERY

By the end of this workshop you will have the skills and knowledge to produce the same images

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