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|Product Name:||Mandelbulb 3D : The Complete Guide to Creating Infinite 3D Worlds|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live|
Mandelbulb 3D software provides an incredible portal into creating and exploring 3D fractal worlds. These worlds are recursive - having an infinite level of detail, having complexity and often have an organic look to them as a result.
However Mandelbulb 3D has many options and functions, which can seem bewildering to a new user. Most users when first faced with the software, will press buttons and choose fractals at random to try and experiment to get results.
In this tutorial course, Scappin Matteo shares his experience and has a constructive and staged approach to learning the software, providing a foundation to start with and then showing the more complex and under-utilised aspects of Mandelbulb 3D in this four part tutorial course.
He'll show you how he creates his amazing exploratory videos moving through 3D fractal worlds.
The four part course includes:
Four tutorial recordings (6.5 hours total)
Who is this course for?
Artists : wanting to create amazing digital artwork quickly
Game artists : Unique objects and environments or backgrounds for videogames
Professional artists : special effects for movies
Explorers : to discover infinite virtual worlds
Mandelbulb artists : Gain a more comprehensive understanding of M3D
Foundation aspects of the user interface
How to create your first render
Basic optimisation tips for rendering
Dealing with light and colors in 3D fractal models
Handling detail levels
Exporting fractals as 3D models
Fractals understood and classified
Power tips : under utilised options
Exploring the power of DIF geometric shapes
How to create an animated journey into a fractal world
Advanced visual effects
Professional rendering solutions
Mandelbulb 3D software (free)
Tutorial Presenter : Scappin Matteo
Matteo studied computer science in northern Italy. At the age of ten he became fascinated by fractals (in 2 dimensions) and in particular by the mandelbrot fractal. He was fascinated by how such mathematics could generate an entire abstract universe.
When studying programming (C ++, Processing) he discovered the topic of recursion; the love between Matteo and fractals was born!
One night in 2012, for the first time, he saw a video of a 3D fractal showing a fantastic world, without limits. It was designed by mathematics and interpreted by humans. He was speechless.
From his first simple animations, Matteo has since come a long way, studying and understanding fundamental concepts such as lighting, shadows, reflections, colors and the emotional impact they have on human beings.
He's now one of the most respected artists in the Mandelbulb 3D community and is regularly commissioned for commercial projects.
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