Join Christian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Marmoset Toolbag.
- [Christian] Congratulations,…you've leaned how to use Marmoset Toolbag.…I think the program is a great alternative…to rendering models in your 3D modeling program.…If you've enjoyed this course…and you're still in the mood to learn more…about 3D modeling and video game production techniques,…I'd like to suggest that you visit my author page…and check out my other courses.…I'd also suggest you take a look…at Darren Lile's course on making game assets in Blender,…or Judd Roy's course on the asset texture pipeline…using Substance Painter.…
Thanks for joining me in this course,…I enjoyed teaching you how to use this program,…and hope to teach you more about 3D modeling…and digital software in the future.…Thanks for watching, and hope to see you in my next course.…
- Adding and organizing models
- Adding material to the model
- Saving a scene
- Physically based rendering (PBR)
- Creating a new scene and adding light
- Importing and adding materials to objects with transparency
- Working with preset materials
- Using cameras and post effects
- Creating a well-lit scene
- Rendering images
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1. Getting Started in Toolbag
2. Toolbag and PBR
3. Shaders and Materials
4. Lighting and Cameras
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