Learn Photorealism: Create a Maldive Island in Blender 2.8

Learn Photorealism: Create a Maldive Island in Blender 2.8

Step by Step Course to Teach You How to Achieve Photorealism in Blender 2.8

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Created by : JainCoff2

Last Updated : August 2020

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What you will learn

In this Class You will Learn the Basics and Principles of Achieving Photorealism by Working on a real reference example of a Maldive Island: Something that exists in Real Life.

No Other Software’s Are Required!! All You need is Blender and Blender Only

You Will Learn everything You need to turn any image reference into a high quality realistic 3D scene in Blender

Grab the reference image “Maldive Island” and apply the exact same steps from image to final render.

– Step 1: Install & Use fSpy add-on to match the exact scale of our reference
– Step 2: Build the scene and add all the details in our reference
– Step 3: Create all materials needed (by following the instructions)
– Step 4: Assign the materials to their objects in Blender 2.8
– Step 5: Set the correct lighting in our scene
– Final Step: Render the scene & Create a Final Animation

Reference Used Link:

https://realityfakers.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Maldive-Islands-scaled.jpg

 

Big Thanks to these Awesome People:
– Steve from CG Geek
– Andrew Price
– Darren Lile


Course Curriculum BIG

  • Lecture 8 - Creating the Big Tents
  • Lecture 3 - Best Tip for Realistic Modeling
  • Lecture 9 - Swimming Pool - Part 1: Creating the Base
  • Lecture 4 - Wicker Roof Creation
  • Lecture 6 - Chair & Table Creation
  • Lecture 7 - Cloth Simulation
  • Lecture 5 - Wicker Baking & Texturing
  • Lecture 10 - Swimming Pool - Part 2
  • Lecture 18 - Adjusting the Floor & Smoothing the Ocean Fluid
  • Lecture 15 - Create The Fluid Components
  • Lecture 17 - Wave Maker Shape & Stickness Settings
  • Lecture 16 - Set & Explain the Fluid Settings
  • Lecture 2 - Build a Basic Scene
  • Lecture 1 - Scale Matching Using fSpy
  • Lecture 30 - Final Animation
  • Lecture 29 - Compositing Settings
  • Lecture 26 - Setting the Correct Lighting (HDRI)
  • Lecture 28 - Rendering Settings
  • Lecture 27 - Realistic Sun Reflection
  • Lecture 25 - Texturing The Swimming Pool
  • Lecture 23 - Wicker Material: Texturing the Tents
  • Lecture 20 - Assign Sand Texture
  • Lecture 24 - Texturing the Rest of the Scene
  • Lecture 21 - Baking The Sand Texture
  • Lecture 22 - Create a Realistic Wet Sand Effect
  • Lecture 19 - Create Realistic Ocean Shader
  • Lecture 14 - Create Plants & Leaves (using the Sapling tree)
  • Lecture 12 - Palm Tree - Baking the Trunk
  • Lecture 13 - Palm Tree - Baking the Leaves
  • Lecture 11 - Creating a Palm Tree


Learn Photorealism: Create a Maldive Island in Blender 2.8

Step by Step Course to Teach You How to Achieve Photorealism in Blender 2.8

★★★★☆

4.0/5 (51 ratings)

Created by : JainCoff

Last Updated : August 2020

5.742 Students Enrolled

What you will learn

In this Class You will Learn the Basics and Principles of Achieving Photorealism by Working on a real reference example of a Maldive Island: Something that exists in Real Life.

No Other Software’s Are Required!! All You need is Blender and Blender Only

You Will Learn everything You need to turn any image reference into a high quality realistic 3D scene in Blender

Grab the reference image “Maldive Island” and apply the exact same steps from image to final render.

– Step 1: Install & Use fSpy add-on to match the exact scale of our reference
– Step 2: Build the scene and add all the details in our reference
– Step 3: Create all materials needed (by following the instructions)
– Step 4: Assign the materials to their objects in Blender 2.8
– Step 5: Set the correct lighting in our scene
– Final Step: Render the scene & Create a Final Animation

Reference Used Link:

https://realityfakers.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Maldive-Islands-scaled.jpg

 

Big Thanks to these Awesome People:
– Steve from CG Geek
– Andrew Price
– Darren Lile


Course Curriculum BIG

  • S2L6-Lecture 8 - Creating the Big Tents
  • S2L1-Lecture 3 - Best Tip for Realistic Modeling
  • S2L7-Lecture 9 - Swimming Pool - Part 1: Creating the Base
  • S2L2-Lecture 4 - Wicker Roof Creation
  • S2L4-Lecture 6 - Chair & Table Creation
  • S2L5-Lecture 7 - Cloth Simulation
  • S2L3-Lecture 5 - Wicker Baking & Texturing
  • S2L8-Lecture 10 - Swimming Pool - Part 2
  • S4L4-Lecture 18 - Adjusting the Floor & Smoothing the Ocean Fluid
  • S4L1-Lecture 15 - Create The Fluid Components
  • S4L3-Lecture 17 - Wave Maker Shape & Stickness Settings
  • S4L2-Lecture 16 - Set & Explain the Fluid Settings
  • S1L2-Lecture 2 - Build a Basic Scene
  • S1L1-Lecture 1 - Scale Matching Using fSpy
  • S6L5-Lecture 30 - Final Animation
  • S6L4-Lecture 29 - Compositing Settings
  • S6L1-Lecture 26 - Setting the Correct Lighting (HDRI)
  • S6L3-Lecture 28 - Rendering Settings
  • S6L2-Lecture 27 - Realistic Sun Reflection
  • S5L7-Lecture 25 - Texturing The Swimming Pool
  • S5L5-Lecture 23 - Wicker Material: Texturing the Tents
  • S5L2-Lecture 20 - Assign Sand Texture
  • S5L6- Lecture 24 - Texturing the Rest of the Scene
  • S5L3-Lecture 21 - Baking The Sand Texture
  • S5L4-Lecture 22 - Create a Realistic Wet Sand Effect
  • S5L1-Lecture 19 - Create Realistic Ocean Shader
  • S3L4-Lecture 14 - Create Plants & Leaves (using the Sapling tree)
  • S3L2-Lecture 12 - Palm Tree - Baking the Trunk
  • S3L3-Lecture 13 - Palm Tree - Baking the Leaves
  • S3L1-Lecture 11 - Creating a Palm Tree


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