You scenes might involve tons of light sources, so your render time goes up and it becomes very difficult to make any big changes and experiment with your lighting — that’s when it gets challenging.
The artist developed a technique that allows artists to be less technical with their lighting and as a result, be more creative.
Jurabaev used Octane renderer for these examples, but please note that this technique can also be applied in any other 3D tool.
- 2 hours of video tutorials
- Octane set-up scenes
- JPG files
- What makes lighting cinematic?
- Setting up cinematic light in Octane Standalone
- Realistic lighting vs creative lighting with textures
- How far do you need to push your renders
- Paintover demo (time-lapsed)
- Octane Standalone
You can learn more and get the pack for $30+ here.