Tutorial: Creating Portfolio Renders in Toolbag
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by crowbringer
5 hours ago

This priest surely committed to his celibate there...

Cheap art will be just that. The true value lies in commitment and hard work. This is just a tool and without a creative mind operating it the results will hold no magic. Did photography kill painting? I think both are doing and developing rather well.

by Mark
6 hours ago

Very insightful. Thanks!

Tutorial: Creating Portfolio Renders in Toolbag
24 September, 2018
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Daniel Thiger has recently shared a new tutorial that will help you land a job and attract more viewers. The guide shows how you can set up nice-looking renders with the help of Marmoset Toolbag. 

“I get asked a lot about how to land a job and get noticed. My answer is always to curate a portfolio that reflects your work in the best way possible. It doesn’t matter how good your stuff is if it’s not presented well,” states the artist. 

The tutorial will guide you through the basic steps when setting up a scene, discuss some points behind lighting, explain common tools and settings, and more. You will render two different materials from start to finish.

The pack also features two sets of textures for you to practice rendering with. “One is a stylized texture, the other a realistic texture. We don’t cover the creation of these materials, as the focus is on presentation and how to achieve the desired look.”

Contents

  • 40+ minutes
  • 1080 resolution
  • 2 sets of textures

You can get more details here.

Get the pack for $15

Source: Gumroad
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Would be cool if marmoset fixed the python import of displacement maps cause I never could make it work and support doesnt give a s***

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