Website updates & Screenshot tweaks for your work

July 16, 2020

Evening People!

It's been another pretty busy week, been getting back into the groove with doing the mentorships and all the preparation that comes with them, I've been enjoying doing them tho, it's so nice to sit down and talk to people instead of all the typing.

I'm not going to lie, it's really exciting and tiring to pick this stuff up again, but that's always the case with new stuff!

New episode of the podcast!

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6bz7nQx4ngsYM1hPUmX3jD

Community section and new article

Talking about new stuff, I've been working on a small expansion to the website both in the form of a new article (more on that in the future!) and also a new section for our community, I've been looking for a way where I can showcase all the beautiful work that people produce and also helping them to get more visibility out there on the internet. Right now, I'm working on the first iteration of this and a preview can be seen here

I've been using the work of Tim Groß in this example, who's looking for a first job in the industry, so feel free to check his work out on artstation: https://www.artstation.com/mahaweilo

More changes soon!

Procedural World Generation of Far Cry 5

https://vimeo.com/273986776

Etienne Carrier will show us how to create 100 square km of wilderness with a terrain changing every day.

Learn Squared

https://www.learnsquared.com/

Learn Squared art education founded, curated, and powered by industry-leading artists.

PBR Explained for 3D Artists

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4dURVZEi3E

In this video tutorial Flipped Normals, will explain PBR in an easy to understand way for artists, without using complicated charts graphs.

Artwork Credit
Antonio Neves
Kul Tiras building

This week vote was another overwhelming success, with a lot of people voting for this amazing little piece by Antonio Neves. Stylized environment art is not something that get's too much love here so let's change that!

This great looking piece is a perfect example for a little passion project, it just looks really fun to be working on too, the definition of the edges and depth within the materials is also really nice, you can see some unusual colors being used, especially the old brass roof that still has brown shine to it stand out to me in this one!

So thanks so much for inspiring all of us Antonio, this is an amazing piece!

All right people! That's going to do it for me for this week, I'll catch you in the next one!If you like these posts or if the tips are useful consider supporting me on Patreon and join all these other lovely people in getting access to the full Tips and Tricks compilation on: https://patreon.com/Beyondextent

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