Apps Used: Autodesk 3ds Max 2008, Photoshop, Unreal Editor 3 (from Unreal Tournament 3)
Duration: 2.5 Hours
Instructor: Riki Babington
DL Filesize: 550 MB
Project Files: Included is the final Unreal maps and package.
In this demonstration the instructor starts off by giving a detailed explanation of commonly used material nodes. Once the foundation is laid its on to creating several full materials using only a few textures. This tutorial is appropriate for artists on multiple skill levels.
If you have never used a material editor you should be able to follow along and understand. Even if you are experienced using the Unreal 3 material editor, you should pick up useful information throughout the DVD. As a professional you will be able to learn efficient ways to keep your models high quality when it comes time to ship the game. As a student you will become exposed to professional techniques in the game industry.
About the Instructor:
Riki Babington has worked in the video game industry for over 7 years and has worked on such video games as "Blacksite: Area51", "John Woo's Stranglehold", "Axis and Allies", and "Kohan II: Kings of War". In 2010 Riki recieved the prestigious Autodesk Masters award for 3ds Max. Riki graduated in 2002 from the Art Institute of Houston with an Associates degree in Computer Animation and is currently the Founder and CEO of Eat 3D, LLC.
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