Anton Tenitsky explained how he transferred the same scene from Unreal Engine 5 to Blender, talked about the workflow behind it, and compared working on the same environment in UE5 and Blender.
Anton Tenitsky talks about sculpting and texturing a gorgeous environment with ancient city ruins using 3DCoat, getting familiar with Unreal Engine 5's Nanite, and finalizing the scene in UE5 on a dangerously old laptop (surprisingly) with no lags whatsoever.
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