A Complete Course that teaches how to easily create a simple Stylized Outdoor Environment from start to finish. Fully Narrated Step by step instructions on how to model, sculpt, texture, and put everything together into a scene with Unreal Engine 4.
_Over 20 Instructional Videos on how to model, texture, and set everything up in Unreal Engine 4
_Access to all the models(in .fbx format) plus all textures(in .tga format) used during the course.
_Unreal Engine 4 project with all corresponding files.
_Lighting video Tutorial with step by step narrated instructions on how to light this scene with Unreal Engine plus general lighting tips.
_Model and UV using the latest version of Autodesk Maya.
_Sculpting using the latest version of Zbrush.
_Texturing with Substance Painter.
_Creating Procedural Materials using Substance Designer.
_Exporting and Importing Models and Textures to Unreal Engine 4.
_Creating Materials and Blueprints with UE4.
_How to Make Terrain with Blend Materials .
_How to Make Simple Flowing Water in UE4.
_How to Make and Add Wind Movement to Foliage/Grass in UE4.
_Preparing Models for Baked Lighting in UE4.
_Lighting the Final Level and Taking Screenshots.
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_Videos Covering the Basics on how to use Autodesk Maya, Zbrush , Substance Painter, Substance Designer, and Unreal Engine 4.
_A step by step narrated video tutorial on How to Create a Stylized Smart Material within Substance Painter to aid you in the texturing process.
_Stylized Smart Material.
_Custom Zbrush Brushes.
_Ability to apply the techniques and workflows used in this course to create and put together any type of outdoor environment within Unreal Engine 4.
_Able to create simple procedural materials using Substance Designer.
_Properly prepare models for a game engine.
_Be able to apply simple lighting to an Unreal Engine level.
(Unreal project was made with UE4 version 4.22.3 and can be opened on that version and later versions. The Substance Painter Smart Material that comes with this course requires version 2017.4.2 or higher. The custom Zbrush brushes require Zbrush 2019 or above)
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