Udemy – Unreal Engine 5: Cinematic Car Animations for Beginners (TUTORIAL)

By | June 15, 2024


Year of manufacture: 2024
Manufacturer: Udemy
Manufacturer’s website: https://www.udemy.com/course/unreal-engine-5-cinematic-car-animations-for-beginners/
Author: Nafay Sheikh
Duration: 03:13:00
Type of material distributed: Video lesson
English language

Description: What’s up nerds?
Unreal Engine 5 is very high in demand right now but learning it can be a little intimidating for beginners, which is why I made this course just to show you guys how to make hyper realistic Car / Automotive animations in Unreal very easily!

This is project based course and we will be making two high quality animations, one in a studio environment and one on a highway.
This course is extremely easy and is made for Unreal beginners who have very little experience, however, you are expected to know how to navigate the UI of Unreal Engine and use basic tools. Some experience with Blender 3D and Premiere Pro will also be helpful.

In this tutorial, we’re going to be covering the basics of Importing Models, Texturing, Lighting and Animating so you can take your 3D Art skills to the next level.
The good thing about this class is that this class will show you the raw process of a 3D artist in creating art. We will be solving all problems and making all creative decisions together!
So what are you waiting for? Just start this class today and take your Unreal skills to a whole new level!

The project is quite simple! You need to first watch the whole course and then make your own 3D scene of a car! You can either use the same 3D models which I used, or you could use others! You must use all the techniques and skills taught in the class to make sure that you are actually learning something new! You get extra points if you model the car yourself too because that will really enhance your modeling skills as well!

Be sure to change things up by using your own unique colors and lighting setups!
Good luck!

Video format: MP4
Video: AVC, 1280×720, 16:9, 30.000 fps, 2258 kbps
Audio: AAC LC, 48.0 kHz, 128 kbps, 2 ch

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