Muhammad Omar discussed his approach to vegetation, scene assembly, lighting, and particles in the project The Tree of Life and shared a few helpful free tutorials and lessons he has learned along the way.
Jonathan Holmes from the Quixel team shared a detailed breakdown of his recent environment Pine Flatwoods discussing the workflow in Quixel Mixer and SpeedTree as well as export and material & lighting setup in UE4.
3D artist Damien Peinoit offers environment art classes that you can purchase separately or as a full course.
Jefferson Smith did a breakdown of his 3D environment Snowy Mountains made with Maya, Substance Designer, and SpeedTree.
Billy Matjiunis from Ubisoft Toronto discussed his career path, talked about the team's approach to creating and organizing reusable assets for the Far Cry franchise and shared his workflow for vegetation production.
Ducrocq Hugo did a breakdown of his Swamp Vegetation project and covered the production of realistic vegetation in Substance Designer, SpeedTree, and Megascans.
Sourav Kumar participated in the Artstation Challenge and did a huge breakdown of his impressing game environment project, Medieval Village.
SpeedTree 8.4 has been released bringing export options and new high-performance wind.
Jiaming Chen did a breakdown of his Chinese environment made within CGMA course Organic World Building in UE4 led by Anthony Vaccaro.
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