English | MP4 | 1280×720 | project files | 938 MB
In this video we’ll take an introductory look at UDK’s material editor. Once we’ve covered the basics of importing textures and creating our own materials we’ll dive into creating some of the more common types of materials you’ll encounter in today’s games. We’ll be creating metal surfaces with reflection, glass, blended materials such as rock and moss, a holographic animated material, and lastly realistic water, complete with animation, reflections and depth based effects.
***Project files are included***
Vray 1.5 SP1 & VrayRT for Maya 2012, 2011, 2010 64Bit (Build 15069)
GPU Rendering Support
Fur Rendering not Work
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