The sci-fi space radar used in this video tutorial is created in ZBrush and textured in Substance Painter. If you want to learn how to texture sci-fi space radar in Substance Painter then watch this video tutorial.
In this 50-minute video tutorial of rendering, Glenn Patterson will show you an amazing method for rendering a scene using Element 3D. This video tutorial is for intermediates.
Element 3D is the plug-in for After Effects which is used for rendering purpose. After watching this tutorial you’ll learn some awesome techniques for rendering your sci-fi assets with camera animation.
Rendering Techniques Using Element 3D
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to render sci-fi space radar. Glenn Patterson will show you how to set up a fly around pass of your model and get your lights on your model to emit Lens Flares using Optical Flares. First, he will import the model in ZBrush to separate the dish so that it can be animated in Element 3D. Then he will render the final scene with camera animation.
From this tutorial, you’ll learn amazing techniques which you can apply to render your models. You’ll also learn how to set camera fly around animation and how to add lens flare. This rendering video tutorial will help you to represent your model nicely.
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