Unity: Materials and Lighting

Unity: Materials and Lighting

Unity: Materials and Lighting is an Intermediate level course on 3D + Animation, created by the creator, Adam Crespi. This course is an essential step for an individual who needs to sharpen his/her 3D + Animation talent. It gives you a strong understanding on 3D + Animation, Game Development, Photography, Lighting, Video, Game Design, Materials, Textures, Unity, 3D + Animation, Game Development, Photography, Lighting, Video, Game Design, Materials, Textures and Unity.

Free Download - Unity: Materials and Lighting
Author Adam Crespi
Publish Date 11/12/2013
Skill Intermediate
Duration 2h 20m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 32
Last Update N/A

Realistic materials make for better game worlds. Learn how to craft materials like wood, bronze, and glass, and then light your scene inside the Unity 3D game engine. Author Adam Crespi starts out with simple materials and gradually introduces more complex shaders: diffuse surfaces like plaster, as well as metal and reflections. Then you’ll delve into the magic of bringing a level to life with lighting, including point, spot, and directional lights. Finally, explore light baking with the Beast lightmapping engine.

Topics include:

  • Creating and editing a diffuse material
  • Bringing out shine with specular materials
  • Building reflective materials
  • Creating a custom shader
  • Lighting you scene
  • Fine-tuning hard and soft shadows
  • Color tinting a baked light

Unity: Materials and Lighting : Video Lessons

  • Welcome39s
  • Using challenges37s
  • Using the exercise files1m 41s
  • Creating and editing a diffuse material6m 32s
  • Bringing out the shine with a specular material2m 58s
  • Adding surface texture with a bumped diffuse material3m 23s
  • Making the shine ripple with a bumped specular material4m 49s
  • Seeing correctly from the side with a parallax specular material5m 22s
  • Creating and editing a reflective material6m 13s
  • Looking through the glass with a transparent material5m 11s
  • Letting the light shine with self-illuminating materials4m 32s
  • Creating weathered wood through color overlays5m 50s
  • Tinting reflections for bronze and brass6m 21s
  • Getting close to the brick walls using detail maps5m 32s
  • Creating age and wear with tarnished bronze7m 25s
  • Creating a custom shader4m 9s
  • Filling the scene with point lights5m 13s
  • Adding spots for accents and washes4m 23s
  • Changing light shape using cookies6m 52s
  • Using a directional light for the sun and moon4m 7s
  • Fine-tuning hard and soft shadows3m 56s
  • Readying objects for light baking3m 15s
  • Adjusting the final gather for bounced light4m 57s
  • Fine-tuning ambient occlusion and bounced light3m 15s
  • Color-tinting the baked light4m 58s
  • Adjusting player and render settings to show bounced light6m 48s
  • Matching a nonbaked object's lighting to the bake8m 4s
  • Challenge: Creating reflective bronze for the lantern24s
  • Solution: Creating refliective bronze for the lantern4m 17s
  • Creating light probes3m 43s
  • Adjusting the proximity and look4m 46s
  • Next steps47s

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