I recommend that you watch his Intro to 3D Coat and Intro to Destruction art videos. After learning the techniques he used in the video this course will make a lot more sense.
AI applications are only beginning to materialize. It's so exciting what neural networks will do to art workflows in the coming years.
W T F!!! Why, really don't understand, EA = just a fucking looser company!
Benjamin Bardou has uploaded a free set of 25 high-quality 3D sculptures from Louvre Museum that were created for the short movie Gloria Victis.
The movie features a fully generated Cour Marly with all the sculptures from Paris. The models were created from +150 photos in Photoscan.
You can also find a 3D preview for each sculpture on his Sketchfab page.
Nicolas COUSTOU (Lyon, 1658 – Paris, 1733) – César
Antoine COYSEVOX (Lyon, 1640 – Paris, 1720) – Mercure monté sur Pégase
Antoine COYSEVOX (Lyon, 1640 – Paris, 1720) – Neptune
Guillaume COUSTOU (Lyon, 1677 – Paris, 1746) – Cheval retenu par un palefrenier dit Cheval de Marly
You can use these for references, matte paintings or whatever, free of charge.