Software Used: CryENGINE 3 SDK. You can download it free HERE
Duration: 5 Hours
Instructor: Hélder Pinto
DL Filesize: 1.13 GB
Project Files: Included are the final CryEngine levels and other files to examine and reverse engineer.
In this second DVD of our series, Hélder Pinto continues where he left off in
creating many different material types. Hélder starts off by creating a concrete
material and then goes into how to create a rusty metal material. From there he
creates an amazing brushed chrome material, and marble material. Other materials
created are: a bronze material, leather material, wooden material, monitor TV
material, and vegetation material. Once the materials are created, he then takes
a step back and tweaks them all and also goes over the new filmic HDR tone
This DVD, along with the other volumes in the series, will provide you with an invaluable amount of information needed to start creating your own production materials in CryENGINE 3 SDK today.
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About the Instructor:
Hélder Pinto has been working with CryENGINE for over 4 years and has worked on games such as the award winning "Crysis 2" and "Under Siege". As a Level Artist, Hélder's speciality lays in having responsibility for the for the entire aesthetics of a level, while keeping a close eye on gameplay and performance. For more than a decade, Hélder has gained an enormous amount of experience and respect from within the community for for his outstanding character and artistic caliber. Hélder currently works at Crytek in Frankfurt, Germany on Crysis 3.
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