Jelena Jovanovic shared how she is working on a realistic portrait of her dog in Maya, Arnold, and UE4.
Tomas Sackmann talked in detail about his ultra-realistic cinematic portrait made primarily in ZBrush, Substance Painter, Mari, and V-Ray.
Lukas Kutschera did a breakdown of Barbossa made in ZBrush, Maya, Marvelous Designer, and Substance Painter during the course Character Creation for Film/Cinematics at CGMA.
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Alex Bouhabén did a breakdown of his latest game-ready asset Medical Pocket Watch: modeling and retopology, metal and glass texturing in Substance Painter, rendering in Marmoset Toolbag, and more.
Gonzalo Marroquin talked in detail about modeling and texturing a realistic WW2 RAF Helmet.
René Vidra shared the process of creating, rigging, and animating a realistic 3D eye.
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