Unreal Engine: Environment Course by Moses Saintfleur
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Unreal Engine: Environment Course by Moses Saintfleur
9 July, 2019

Moses Saintfleur has presented the latest project he’s been working on. It’s an Unreal course that will help you get started with environment art.

The course will let you get all the project files. What is more, you will get over 80 hours of content and all his source files (Maya, Zbrush, Substance Painter, and Unreal Engine).

Our interview with the artist might help you decided whether you should join the course:

Moody Dark Interiors Production in UE4

We’ve talked with Moses Saintfleur about the way he created this outstanding environment, inspired by the amazing concept art by Evgeniy Musienko.

The course features all you need to start assembling your scenes and it’s basically a perfect start for a 3D journey. You can learn more and enroll for $30 here.

Wood Alphas Vol.1 by Jonas Ronnegard is a pack of custom rock brushes and alpha for use with ZBrush, Substance Painter, Quixel, Blender and more. There are 18 brushes and height/alpha maps + 3 ztool rock meshes and a mini tutorial.

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