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Lesson 1: Modeling the paint bottles

23 Minutes

Lesson 2: Modeling the ink bottle and cap

34 Minutes

Lesson 3: Modeling the pencil

34 Minutes

Lesson 4: Modeling the paint brush

36 Minutes

Lesson 5: Modeling the calligraphy pen

29 Minutes

Lesson 6: Modeling the croquil pen

39 Minutes

Lesson 7: Modeling the cartridge pen

41 Minutes

Lesson 8: Finishing modeling and setting up scene in Layout

40 Minutes

Lesson 9: Creating basic lighting and texturing paint brush tip

41 Minutes

Lesson 10: Creating procedural wood texture for the pencil

31 Minutes

Lesson 11: Finishing the textures for the pencil

34 Minutes

Lesson 12: Creating textures for the calligraphy pen

29 Minutes

Lesson 13: Creating textures for the calligraphy pen continued

25 Minutes

Lesson 14: Creating a plastic shader with scratches

24 Minutes

Lesson 15: Creating textures for the croquil pen

36 Minutes

Lesson 16: Texturing the cartridge pen and starting on the bottles

31 Minutes

Lesson 17: Bump mapping the croquil pen tip and continuing bottles

28 Minutes

Lesson 18: Adding labels and shading the ink bottle

39 Minutes

Lesson 19: Adjusting lights and shaders for final render

34 Minutes

Lesson 20: Troubleshooting and optimizing renders

24 Minutes
This tutorial has 20 parts

Photorealistic Visualization - Art Scene

Recreating this scene in LightWave from a single photo reference, you'll not only sharpen your eye, but also push your rendering skills to the next level. The project presented here make for a more in-depth study of different lighting techniques and how to approach the task of reproducing realistic real world lighting scenarios in CG applications. You will learn the basics of rendering with radiosity, and then move on to studying different methods of faking this lighting effect.

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