http://www.creativeshrimp.com/how-to-approach-lighting-and-rendering-tutorial.html Discover how to create a jaw-dropping scene without having a reference or a concept art. After watching this tutorial, you’ll learn how to treat your 3d art like a photographer.
Yong Kim shares his script for Maya that will automate, or semi-automate the process of creating physical light source objects in Maya, based on an HDR image, placing the HDR’s Lights as textures for the Maya lights.semi-automatic light generator and uses input HDRIAuto HDRI Light Gen might be a tricky sell, as it needs a […]
Part 1 of 3 of the space lighting series. I go over one of the most overlooked aspects of lighting, which would be modeling. Without proper modeling, even the best lighting wont help. SolidChamfer plugin link… https://code.google.com/p/solidchamfer/downloads/list The lighting used in this series is the same style lighting that I used for my Destiny animations. […]
In this tutorial I’m explaining how to create a breakfast scene. There is a lot of interesting stuff in this video and of course an open blend file with free textures to experiment and making your own version. More information: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Blenderpedia/436778376378217 www.blenderpedia.com Download the files: http://blenderpedia.s3.amazonaws.com/media/tutorial_files/breakfast/textures_egg.rar
You can check out StreetView4D for making 360 hdris from google streetview scenes here: http://bit.ly/29PlCtF In this great tutorial, Simon Spencer-Harvey, a co-conspirator with me at The Pixel Lab, shows you how to create your own HDRI for free in Cinema 4D. This is a great way to light a scene in a creative and […]
The Pixel Lab’s Joren Kandel takes a look at how to set up a scene in Cinema 4D so that it is easy to create concert style lighting effect in After Effects. Check out the post for Creating a Concert Style Lighting Effect in Cinema 4D & After Effects here.In this tutorial I’ll show you […]
So you want to make this horror scene with a flickering light, or some electrical short circuit. The light of someone welding. Instead of placing thousands of keyframes this can be scripted with a vibrate tag and a bit of very simple XPresso. Enjoy!
Creating a LED ladder is a relatively easy task, if you have MoGraph. However, if you don’t, it is still possible to create them using Xpresso. In this tutorial, the technique for doing doing will be fully explained, along with using the Noise node, in order to control the ladder.