- 1 Апр 2022
Realistic lighting can be a pain in the butt! Discover how to hack the realistic lighting in Blender - in the least stressful way. After watching this video course you’ll be ready to crush it, I guarantee.
If you’ve ever tried to create a thick cloudy fog with the light shining through it, you know how tantalizing it is.
Waiting 53 hours watching render buckets crawl across the screen… it sucks. Even the nerdiest of nerds wouldn’t enjoy it.
And now imagine this.
You can take a shortcut (or rather a smartcut) and render it in 2 minutes.
You just need to know how to HACK the realistic lighting in Blender.
00.1 - Introduction
00.2 - How to Use Library
01 - Reflections
02.1 - Caustics
02.2 - Light Texture
03.1 - Wet Ground
03.2 - Super Glossy
04 - Normal-Based Lighting
05 - Energy Conservation Law
06.1 - Lightmap
06.2 - Lightmap
06.3 - Lightmap
07 - Traffic Trails
08 - Physically Incorrect (Is Fun)
09 - Separate Lighting and Camera
10 - Particles
11 - Fake Volume Light
12 - Photogrammetry Quick Start (Bonus)
13 - Post-processing Tips (Bonus)
14 - Ripples Effect Animation (Bonus)
15 - Traffic Effect Animation (Bonus)
Realistic Lighting in Blender: 11 Hacks You've Probably Never Tried | Master realistic lighting in the least painful way with this video course.