Light and Texture for Product Visualization in MODO

Light and Texture for Product Visualization in MODO

Light and Texture for Product Visualization in MODO is an Intermediate level tutorial on 3D + Animation, created by the author, Ellery Connell. This tutorial is an essential foundation for an individual who needs to excel in his/her 3D + Animation expertise. It provides you a thorough grip on 3D + Animation, CAD, Photography, Lighting, Video, Materials, Product Design, Rendering, MODO, 3D + Animation, CAD, Photography, Lighting, Video, Materials, Product Design, Rendering and MODO.

Free Download - Light and Texture for Product Visualization in MODO
Author Ellery Connell
Publish Date 7/12/2013
Skill Intermediate
Duration 4h 7m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 34
Last Update N/A

This course will help you build the skills you need to create stunning product visualizations in MODO. Learn how to work with materials, textures, UV maps, lights, and environments, as well as how to create clean and professional finished renders.

Topics include:

  • UV mapping
  • Working with texture layers
  • Texture layer blending
  • Instancing layers
  • Using multilayered materials
  • Polygonal lighting
  • Creating painted environments
  • Rendering and render settings

Light and Texture for Product Visualization in MODO : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 9s
  • Applications used in this course1m 25s
  • Using the included files1m 23s
  • UV mapping overview5m 21s
  • Creating new UV maps11m 12s
  • Editing existing UV maps12m 54s
  • Advanced UV mapping12m 45s
  • Layering texture basics4m 45s
  • Color vs. value textures8m 29s
  • Basic procedural textures7m 9s
  • Advanced procedurals5m 23s
  • Image-based layers7m 2s
  • Layer gamma3m 28s
  • Texture layer blending8m 16s
  • Instancing layers3m 47s
  • Layer and group masks7m 39s
  • Multilayered materials8m 24s
  • Presets2m 45s
  • Considerations for polygonal lighting4m 4s
  • Using existing models for lighting5m 32s
  • Building simple light objects10m 8s
  • Using images with polygonal lighting6m 56s
  • Rendering with polygonal lighting8m
  • Intro to painted environments3m 32s
  • Setting up the environment9m 1s
  • Painting your lighting12m 41s
  • Other options for painted environments5m 39s
  • Creating HDR environments from Paint10m 59s
  • Camera settings for finished renders11m 9s
  • Rendering with multiple outputs12m 17s
  • Render passes7m 13s
  • Global illumination settings7m 44s
  • Render quality settings11m 16s
  • Saving your finished renders7m 35s

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