Brain surgery might be one of the most challenging medical tasks a surgeon, so it takes a lot of training and practice, and it turns out that Unreal Engine can be of great help.
Ray Rivera talked about the way he worked on his Bioshock-inspired environment in UE4, Modo, and Substance Painter at Game Art Institute.
James Ward did a detailed breakdown of his UE4 environment Anadoned Throne Room inspired by English castles and Game of Thrones.
Quixel has shared a one-hour tutorial by Josh Powers showing how to create a post-apocalyptic using Megascans, Bridge and Mixer in Unreal Engine.
Jonathan Hemmens did a breakdown of his scene Light the Path made with UE4, Substance tools, and Maya, and talked about master material, Aurora effect, castle production, and more.
Simon Warwick talked about his mentorship at CG Spectrum, animation production for Batman: Arkham City, current stage of technologies and more.
Nitrogen has shared a new video that shows how he created his tropical island scene.
Joe Garth has shared a new video tutorial on Brushify. Using World Creator, the artist discussed some of the Brushify workflows used to create a tropical island environment in real-time in Unreal Engine 4.
Alienbrain Ltd has just announced the release of Alienbrain 2019, the latest iteration of its popular version control software for artists and designers. Alienbrain 2019 includes an all-new integration with Epic Games’ Unreal Editor, additional file preview support, as well as an attractive new subscription pricing model. Interested teams can download a free trial version of Alienbrain 2019 from the official website.
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