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This course will help you build the skills you need to create stunning product visualizations in modo. Learn how to work with materials, textures, UV maps, lights, and environments, as well as how to create clean and professional finished renders.
(MUSIC). Hi, I'm Ellery Connell. Author, designer, and educator. I have nearly 20 years of experience creating 3D for print, web, visualization, visual effects, and game design. I've taught seminars, webinars, training videos, and university level courses in 3D modeling, animation, and visual effects. And I'm author of the book, 3D for Graphic Designers. Over the years, I found that many of my best clients have been excellent designers that don't have the 3D skills necessary to complete portions of their projects that require 3D skill set. This opens up a great market for both 3D artists looking for a marketable use for their skills, as well as graphic designers and artists that are looking for a leg up on their competition.
This series will help you to enhance your skills, to create stunning visualizations. We'll cover the creation of materials and textures, UV maps, lights, environments, as well as options for finished rendering. After watching this course and practicing the techniques demonstrated, you'll be ready to create clean and professional product visualization renders. These skills will allow you to take simple or complex models and turn them into complete and compelling 3D scenes. I hope that you enjoy this training let's get started.
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