Hi. Can you tell how the glass material was made? I found it very interesting.Congratz
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Dammit. Not again. This is path tracing not Ray tracing. Ray tracing is practically an hybrid scam. This is the real stuff, the stuff from Disney and Pixar movies. Stop helping Nvidia sell ray tracing. It's not good.
In case you didn’t know, Nick Reynolds from Riot Games is actually doing some great education work at Gnomon. He’s an instructor there. But he also does very nice short videos, which concentrate on solving some issues environment artists face every day.
In his latest 20-minute flick he showed the foliage tools in Unreal Engine 4. It’s a great technique, which allows you to cover large areas in a matter of seconds. All the assets used in the scene were imported from Megascans: clovers, grass, some vines and so on.
The video is pretty straightforward, it covers a lot of interesting topics and demos the wonderful little things you can do with UE4. It’s actually free to watch and you can do so on Gumroad.
But, it’s not all, the same archive actually holds a bunch of other videos and files on other cases of software usage: PBR Values, landscape production, insert edges, bakes lighting, tillable textures and so much more. It’s a beautiful set of information, which we really hope to bring to 80.lv.