You are nearly at the end of this course. The last thing you need to do before beginning the rendering process is to set up the lights to capture the mood of what you are trying to achieve.
- [Instructor] So at this point, we should be happy…with how the color and the materials are looking…on our model, and we can now begin the process…of placing some lights on our scene…to make our character stand out even more.…Fortunately, setting up lights in ZBrushCore is super easy.…The first thing I'm going to do…is to collapse the Tool palette, because probably,…we won't be needing it much more, and instead,…let's go ahead and dock the Light palette to the right tray.…So click on this icon and drag it to the right tray.…And as you can see, there is not much to it,…but that's the beauty of it.…
Creating a light is super easy.…By default, we have only one light on…out of these four possible light sources we could add,…and each one of these switches represent…one of those four lights.…And right next to these switches…we have a thumbnail of a sphere with a little yellow dot,…and this is essentially the placement of the light.…And you might have noticed that in the previous video…where we assigned the materials to the creature,…
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- Loading projects and templates
- Importing reference images
- Creating an armature
- Working with Adaptive Skin
- Using brushes
- Extracting mesh
- Using custom alphas
- Modeling with primitives
- Texturing with Polypaint
Skill Level Beginner
1. User Interface
2. Getting Started
3. Approaching Sculpting
4. Refining the Sculpture
Deformation palette2m 27s
6. Polypaint and Rendering
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