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Step 01 - Sculpting
Step 02 - Rock Placement
Step 03 - Curve Roots
Step 04 - Lighting 1: Inspiration
Step 05 - Ivy generation
Step 06 - Leaf shaders
Step 07 - Base materials
Step 08 - Particle vegetation
Step 09 - Lighting 2: Trial and Error
Step 10 - Lighting 3: Refinement
Step 11 - Children characters
Step 12 - Post pro: Big Fail!
Step 13 - Post pro 2: Level Up!
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March 20th, 2017
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Isn't there a difference between light itself, and human perception of light? Are there any good sources for understanding human perception of light, and how to use it? And I guess related to this, do you find this to be more of an intuitive or intellectual process? Thanks for putting out this series.
@klikmaker: Thanks! Interesting questions, I'll have to do some research on this! But in general it is a more intuitive process, trial, error, fail, repeat :)