Michael Cox explains how the mysterious lonely treehouse on a cliff was designed, gives a detailed explanation of how materials and assets for the scene were created, and shares some great tips on designing environments in 3D.
Michael Cox shared a breakdown of his stylized 3D weapon based on Fernando Correa's concept art and made in ZBrush, Maya, Substance Painter, and Marmoset Toolbag.
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