Spent a couple short bursts to mash this piece together.
I used Megascans rocks and an element from Kitbash 3d’s Egypt set.
Here’s what I came up with.
Here’s a wireframe of the geometry
Today’s Presidents Day, here is another study using Kitbash 3d’s “Victorian” set. Did layout in Maya, added some SpeedTree trees to scene. Used Redshift to get a base render, then painting in Photoshop. Maybe 2 hours of photoshop work to enhance the render.
I took the Kitbash Victorian set. Did a quick Redshift render with atmosphere and some lights. About 1-2 hours in Photoshop. Not perfect, but fun.
This is the render out of Maya in Redshift
I love to watch tutorials on other artists workflows and tools. You never know what little kernel of awesomeness you’ll unravel. This rainy weekend I was trying out some of Jama Jurabaev’s tutorials and Steven Cormann’s new tutorial. Both artists are amazing and seeing their process unfold is a delight.
Jama’s tutorial is on gumroad (he has a bunch). But the ones I took an interest in are using Octane renderer and Blender.
To contrast that, Steven Cormann has just released his tutorial, Epic Matte Shot. He is using Redshift as his renderer. He does a great job breaking down his workflow.
If you get a chance take a look at both artists tutorials and their work. You will not be disappointed.