Join Danny Janevski for an in-depth discussion in this video Key art: Painting the mountain, part of Matte Painting: Environments for Film.
- [Instructor] Excellent.…Let's start working on our mountains right now.…So to do that, let's zoom out a little bit,…and move our key art over to the side.…Now remember, we are going to be getting that…optical illusion just because of the subtleties…of our color.…You can see here if I was just to place it over the top…and then move it to the side,…color's actually quite similar.…But when you place it over a lighter portion of the sky,…you can see that it starts to look slightly different.…In fact, the blue will push the red, see, even further,…and they'll look a little redder than they actually…are over here as you can see.…
So in saying that, let's start working on our mountains.…First thing that you want to do is isolate…the background mountain,…start working on them individually.…Now, the best thing is to turn off your haze,…which we can always bring back later.…And let me show you some techniques…of working with our mountain to our present…will make it look nice.…Now essentially, what I want to do is get this…
- Laying out geometry in Clarisse
- Importing and separating geometry in ZBrush
- Creating top-down renders
- World building with World Machine
- Creating shaders in Clarisse
- Matting painting the sky and mountain in Photoshop
- Compositing and rendering the matte painting in NUKE
Skill Level Intermediate
Layout geometry in Clarisse2m 51s
2. Asset Creation
3. World Building and Terrain Generation
4. Look Development
5. Final Layout
Creating the final layout7m 45s
6. Project Setup
7. Matte Painting
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