Presentation is a crucial part when showcasing a series of 3D sketches or concepts. In this video, you'll focus a bit on the rendering side of things, by modifying a simple presentation material and tweaking the BPR settings for a more appealing result. W
- [Instructor] As the conclusion video…for this kitbashing course, I just wanted to do something…a little bit different, and show you a couple of very simple…things that you can do to present your designs…in maybe a more appealing way.…So here I have this sci-fi vehicle that we created…in the previous video with…the hard surface modeling kit.…I took some time and refined some of thee shapes,…and add a few extra details like these ones right here,…following all the techniques discussed…in the previous video.…But now I want to add it to a presentation…along with other designs and more variations that I created.…Or perhaps create a professional-looking image…for a work in progress that I can send for approval.…
So lets go ahead and dock the render palette…to the right tray, and the document palette…to the left tray, as well as the draw palette.…Now let's make sure that the perspective is on,…and let's turn on the floor so that we can get…some cast shadows on the ground.…Also you can choose any material that you want…
- What is kitbashing?
- Advanced IMM brushes and Curve brushes
- Useful brushes for kitbashing
- Creating your own asset library
- Building organic shapes
- Creating and adjusting insert brushes
- Building hard surface shapes
- Fine-tuning shapes
Skill Level Intermediate
ZBrush and SubD: Design for 3D Printing with SLAwith Jean Gorospe1h 57m Intermediate
1. Intro to Kitbashing
2. Kitbashing Exercise
3. Building Your Own Organic Kit
4. Building Your Own Hard Surface Kit
5. Model Presentation
Render and presentation5m 53s
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