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Blender Beginner Workflow For Cinematic Art, (2 tutorials - 7 h) + 100 Assets

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Blender Beginner Workflow For Cinematic Art, (2 tutorials - 7 h) + 100 Assets

In this package that includes two tutorials and more than 100 assets, you will get everything you need to create a realistic cinematic scene in blender.
We will create cinematic art from the introduction in Blender from start to finish.

After the tutorial in which we model the train, the time has come to create the environment in which we will place the train.

If you haven't watched the "train modeling tutorial", in this package I will share that tutorial with you, so you can watch it if you want, but it is not necessary for you to be able to follow the "train station tutorial" because I will share the train model with you. In fact, you can watch the "train modeling tutorial" after the "train station" tutorial.

We'll talk about lighting and how to achieve the misty, cinematic look in a blender, which is the most important part of this scene.

We'll also talk about modeling, texturing, unwrapping, composition, post-processing and more.

In this scene, all models and assets were created by me, so we will not use any model from the internet, except for a few image textures.
Staff Pick

Blender Beginner Workflow For Cinematic Art, (2 tutorials - 7 h) + 100 Assets

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Blender Beginner Workflow For Cinematic Art, (2 tutorials - 7 h) + 100 Assets

In this package that includes two tutorials and more than 100 assets, you will get everything you need to create a realistic cinematic scene in blender.
We will create cinematic art from the introduction in Blender from start to finish.

After the tutorial in which we model the train, the time has come to create the environment in which we will place the train.

If you haven't watched the "train modeling tutorial", in this package I will share that tutorial with you, so you can watch it if you want, but it is not necessary for you to be able to follow the "train station tutorial" because I will share the train model with you. In fact, you can watch the "train modeling tutorial" after the "train station" tutorial.

We'll talk about lighting and how to achieve the misty, cinematic look in a blender, which is the most important part of this scene.

We'll also talk about modeling, texturing, unwrapping, composition, post-processing and more.

In this scene, all models and assets were created by me, so we will not use any model from the internet, except for a few image textures.
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