Learn How to Create High-Quality Cars in Unreal Engine

DoubleJump VFX Academy invites artists to a masterclass.

Always admired fantastic 3D car models by popular artists and wished to make your own? Now you can with the Unreal Engine Automotive Masterclass provided by DoubleJump VFX Academy.

In 15-18 hours of comprehensive tutorials, you will learn how to create high-quality cars, lighting, and animation with the provided rigging solution. Moreover, you'll be able to prepare Unreal Engine renders and pass them to Compositor in the Nuke learning post-production pipeline.

The course will be led by Post Processed, an experienced product design development specialist and Unreal Engine generalist who knows everything about automotive CGI and animation. He has contributed to brand commercials for Aston Martin, BMW, Nissan, and more, so you'll definitely learn a lot from him.

"In this masterclass, you'll delve into the intricacies of rigging any model, from downloaded assets to fully animated cinematics. Discover how to prepare cars, fine-tune lighting, and craft captivating animations using our provided rigging solution. Moreover, gain insights into rendering techniques in Unreal Engine and seamlessly integrate them into the Nuke post-production pipeline for an impeccable final product."

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After the course, you'll be able to rig almost any car, set up dynamic camera movements, work with lighting, animate vehicles, and prepare renders for post-production.

The masterclass, suitable for middle- and high-level artists, will start on April 30. You can apply our 80LVLJUMP code to get a 20% discount.

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