PROMATS

ProMats Vol 1 is here!

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  Hi all, I’m really excited to announce the launch of Volume 1, from my series of hires textures for CG artists ( a selection of which you see above). This is the first of many and includes an assortment of textures for use in many scenarios, from Archviz work to motion graphics. Each material is completely image based, using hires photography and included are maps for all kinds of effects, from standard diffuse and specular, to normal maps and displacement. Using the pack you can create some beautiful, photorealistic materials, from old vintage brickwork, to bamboo flooring and so…

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Tutorial | The parallax effect with photoshop

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I was recently asked if it was possible to add some depth to a photo, using only photoshop and here's the answer. Of course you can use Fusion or After Effects but for a quick efficient result Photoshop does the job and handles a lot of the tedium for you. If you have any questions leave a comment or head over to my patreon page: www.patreon.com/pariahstudios https://youtu.be/ytf7oqc-1uY
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Radeon ProRender with Maya tutorial

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Hello all and happy new year. Hope you are all rested and recovering from the festivities. Things are hotting up here already but for now I just wanted to share this tutorial I created for Digital Arts, all about using Radeon ProRender inside maya. It’s a great renderer, with a lovely material library and works a treat. Follow the link to read the tutorial and don’t forget ProRender is free, so grab it and give it a try. I had a lot of fun writing it and it was also a great reason to bring back MilgBot.

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Promats Vol 1: Coming soon

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I’ve been hard at work on new ways to help you get better results easily and it’s nearly ready. Promats is a collection of material packs, each with a particular focus, to give you the best results possible. Each pack will have Diffuse, Displacement, Normal, Weight and more channels as texture files ready for use with any material editor and render engine. Better yet, the packs will contain ready made materials for Cinema 4D, Cycles4D and Maxwell, so if you use them, then you are set to go the moment your download completes. The materials are all high resolution, so…

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sung Galaxy S8 concept on Techradar

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Hi all, you'll all have varying views and opinions on what phone companies will do next but there is no denying that that is a good thing. It's funny watching the comments roll in when videos are posted showing what could be coming. I love doing these jobs and recently got to do this one for the Samsung S8. The modeling, rendering and some animation was all done by me, but the post work has tweaked timings and the render just doesn't look as nice now. A real shame as Maxwell did a great job but there you go. YouTube...
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FUSION | Sliding text reveal tutorial

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https://youtu.be/m18z8JniQF0 Hi everybody. I was recently asked how to achieve a sliding text reveal in Fusion. This is a question I get a fair bit as it's a common task, so here is a video showing a couple of simple methods. One shows how to use the most basic text controls to animate, while the other uses animated polygonal masks. This is unedited video so you get to see me mess up too, something I think it's important to keep in. If you have any more tutorial requests or topics you'd like me to talk about let me know in...
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Cinema 4D Quick Tip: Using layered materials

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https://youtu.be/on0o956cRiU In this quick tip I talk about how you can use layered materials (not to be confused with the layer shader) inside Cinema 4D to enable quick and easy control of the size and placement of certain elements of your materials, with resorting to simple tiling, which may affect other aspects of the material. For a selection of over 340+ fully procedural materials head over to thepixellab.net and check out the pack.   .
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