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Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 183 lectures (39h 38m) | Size: 25.5 GB
Master Procedural Materials & Compositing In Blender!
What you’ll learn
By the end of this course you will have learned ALL of the SHADER nodes, all their options and HOW to practically use them
By the end of this course you will have learned ALL the COMPOSITING nodes, all their options and HOW to practically use them
By the end of this course you will have created MANY procedural materials from metal, glass, snow, fire, wood, cloth, plastic, grass and MANY, MANY more
By the end of this course you will have composted several different renders and learned HOW to composite renders using ANY compositing node
All you need to do is download Blender which is free and then grab your mouse and keyboard and join me on this adventure!
Learn ALL Shader Nodes & ALL Compositing Nodes In Blender!
Have you ever wanted to be able to make your own materials from scratch or composite your renders so they stand out but were always overwhelmed by nodes? Well no problem! In this course we will learn every single node and ALL of their options. Not only will we learn what each node does but how to use it practically for materials or compositing.
What is covered in this course
In this course we will cover ALL shader nodes and ALL compositing nodes. If you are not familiar with nodes at all, no worries as we will cover everything from the beginning! This course is best done in order as each video builds on the last but if you want to learn a particular node for a project you are working on you can just search for a node as we go over one node per video and each node can be learned independently from other videos!
With every node that we learn, we will use it in a practical way to create a material or composition. So not only will you learn what the nodes do and their options, but HOW to use them.
All Shader Nodes
Once you know these, you will be able to create any procedural material that you want like metal, snow, lava, cloth, plastic, grass, dirt and MUCH MUCH more and be able to confidently use shader nodes. With every shader node we learn here, we will use it in a practical way to create an object with a material for our scene!
ALL Input Nodes: Ambient Occlusion Node – Attribute Node – Bevel Node – Camera Data Node – Fresnel Node – Geometry Node – Curves Info Node – Layer Weight Node – Light Path Node – Object Info Node – Particle Info Node – Point Info Node – RGB Node – Tangent Node – Texture Coordinate Node – UV Map Node – Value Node – Color Attribute Node – Volume Info Node – Wireframe Node
ALL Output Nodes: AOV Output Node – Material Output Node
ALL Shader Nodes: Add Shader Node – Anisotropic BSDF Node – Diffuse BSDF Node – Emission Node – Glass BSDF Node – Glossy BSDF Node – Hair BSDF Node – Holdout Node – Mix Shader Node – Principled BSDF Node – Principled Hair BSDF Node – Principled Volume Node – Refraction BSDF Node – Specular BSDF Node – Subsurface Scattering Node – Toon BSDF Node – Translucent BSDF Node – Transparent BSDF Node – Velvet BSDF Node – Volume Absorption BSDF Node – Volume Scatter Node
ALL Texture Nodes: Brick Texture Node – Checker Texture Node – Gradient Texture Node – IES Texture Node – Image Texture Node – Magic Texture Node – Musgrave Texture Node – Noise Texture Node – Point Density Node – Voronoi Texture Node – Wave Texture Node – White Nose Texture Node
ALL Color Nodes: Bright/Contrast Node – Gamma Node – Hue Saturation Value Node – Invert Node – Light Falloff Node – Mix Node – RGB Curves Node
ALL Vector Nodes: Bump Node – Displacement Node – Mapping Node – Normal Node – Normal Map Node – Vector Curves Node – Vector Displacement Node – Vector Rotate Node – Vector Transform Node
ALL Converter Nodes: Blackbody Node – Clamp Node – Color Ramp Node – Combine Color Node – Combine XYZ Node – Float Curve Node – Map Range Node – Math Node – RGB to BW Node – Separate Color Node – Separate XYZ Node – Shader to RGB Node – Vector Math Node – Wavelength Node
ALL Group Nodes: Make Group – Ungroup – Group Input Node – Group Output Node
ALL Compositing Nodes
Once you’ve learned compositing nodes, you will be able to composite your renders and make them stand out! From things such as adding glare, color correction, green screening to masking and much more, we will learn it ALL!
ALL Input Nodes: Bokeh Image Node – Image Node – Mask Node – Movie Clip Node – Render Layers Node – RGB Node – Scene Time Node – Texture Node – Time Curve Node – Track Position Node – Value Node
ALL Out Nodes: Composite Node – File Output Node – Levels Node – Split Viewer Node – Viewer Node
ALL Color Nodes: Alpha Over Node – Brightness/Contrast Node – Color Balance Node – Color Correction Node – Exposure Node – Gamma Node – Hue Correct Node – Hue Saturation Value Node – Invert Node – Mix Node – Posterize Node – RGB Curves Node – Tone Map Node – Z Combine Node
ALL Converter Nodes: Alpha Convert Node – Color Space Node – Color Ramp Node – Combine Color Node – Combine XYZ Node – ID Mask Node – Math Node – RGB to BW Node – Separate Color Node – Separate XYZ Node – Set Alpha Node – Switch View Node
ALL Filter Nodes: Anti-Aliasing Node – Bilateral Blur Node – Blur Node – Bokeh Blur Node – Defocus Node – Denoise Node – Despeckle Node – Dilate/Erode Node – Directional Blur Node – Filter Node – Glare Node – Inpaint Node – Pixelate Node – Sun Beams Node – Vector Blur Node
ALL Vector Nodes: Map Range Node – Map Value Node – Normal Node – Normalize Node – Vector Curves Node
ALL Matte Nodes: Box Mask Node – Channel Key Node – Chroma Key Node – Color Key Node – Color Spill Node – Cryptomatte Node – Difference Key Node – Distance Key Node – Double Dge Mask Node – Ellipse Mask Node – Keying Node – Keying Screen Node – Luminance Key Node
ALL Distort Nodes: Corner Pin Node – Crop Node – Displace Node – Flip Node – Lens Distortion Node – Map UV Node – Movie Distortion Node – Plane Track Deform Node – Rotate Node – Scale Node – Stabilize Node – Transform Node – Translate Node
ALL Group & Layout Nodes & Options
This course contains close to 40 hours of content!
Over 170 video lectures!
And one awesome teacher!
-Use the skills you learn to create your own procedural materials, textures and compositing
-Learn and follow along while we create many different awesome materials
-Finish the course with having created many materials and compositions and the skills to create your own!
By the end of this course, you will emerge equipped with everything you need to know for shader nodes and compositing nodes!
Who this course is for
This course is for anyone who wants to learn the shading and compositing nodes in Blender and HOW to practically use them
This course is not for someone who already knows ALL the shader nodes and ALL the compositing nodes