Lighting Theory for Games | Maria Yue
Lighting is the glue that brings everything together in video games, and by extension any visual piece of art. In this tutorial Maria Yue, will be delivering a theoretical breakdown on Lighting for Games. Pulling from her experiences in studio and teaching students, she will breakdown how and why lighting is approached the way it is for games, as well as looking at movies and why they are such an important reference point for video games. With her extensive experience in this field, Maria Yue is nothing short of knowledge that can be shared on this subject.
Whether you’re a seasoned artist, student, hobbyist or someone just starting out, grab this tutorial and learn an essential workflow that will allow you to work faster and more efficiently. Fuel your Creative Mind today.
Maria Yue is currently a Senior Lighting Artist at Splash Damage and has extensive experience working on AAA titles from studios including Ubisoft, Crytek and Cloud Imperium Games. Her work can be seen in Farcry Primal, Robinson: The Journey, The Climb, Star Citizen and Gears of War 5. Maria is also a teacher at Vertex School where she teaches Lighting for Games, making her the perfect candidate to deliver this tutorial to you. Her experience in game development and teaching makes her perfect in ensuring the information delivered to you is accurate and of the highest quality.
• 1 Hour 49 Minutes
• 1080p Resolution
• PureRef Files
This is a theoretical tutorial and has been designed to teach you how and why we use light the way we do in games.
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The tutorial is good. Well-explained with examples. Provided good insight about fundamentals.
The audio is not great. The narrator speaks so slowly (her voice not speed) that you have to turn you volume to the fullest. Furthermore, the audio also has a constant machine-ish sound which is quite irritating. In a nutshell, good content but lacks good audio.
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