Creating Destroyed Assets for Games - In-Depth Tutorial Course  

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USD $39.99
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Perfect for individual artists wanting to learn. Read MoreRead Less
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SourceFiles.zip
zip / 11 GB
VideoFiles.zip
zip / 13 GB
Un-Timelapsed.zip
zip / 3.2 GB
Bonus.zip
zip / 52 MB
Subtitles.zip
zip / 60 MB
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Commercial/Team License  
USD $399.99
License: Extended Commercial License
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For use on an unlimited number of commercial projects with no limits on sales or views.

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Perfect when you work in a team of up to 10 people and want to share this course with your co-workers. Read MoreRead Less
Files (5)
SourceFiles.zip
zip / 11 GB
VideoFiles.zip
zip / 13 GB
Un-Timelapsed.zip
zip / 3.2 GB
Bonus.zip
zip / 52 MB
Subtitles.zip
zip / 60 MB
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00| Release v.1.0 | Personal License | 2 months ago
World-class AAA tutorial with an excellent instructor!
00| Release v.1.0 | Personal License | 3 months ago
Excellent course. I recommend it to everyone. A lot of useful and necessary information.
00| Release v.1.0 | Personal License | 3 months ago
The course is very cool, but there are a few points that do not seem quite logical to me. Namely, why not just bake or texturize in DirectX?! Why do all this in OpenGL, and then do the flip Green channel in Unreal Engine 4?!
Hi Anton. I do this mostly because when creating entire materials it is easier to read the normal map in OpenGL. this is why I am used to working in it and baking even small textures using OpenGL. Also, OpenGL is used in Marmoset, Painter, and Unity so I think it just depends on what you are comfortable with using. but then again almost every program has the option to flip the green channel ;)
00| Release v.1.0 | Personal License | 5 months ago
nice tutorials, it`s very useful, cool~
Thank you! I am glad you liked it!

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