DDO & NDO Training

Sci-Fi Alpha Brush Collection- Volume #3 [AG]
Sci-Fi Alpha Brush Collection- Volume #3 [AG]
100 High Resolution Sci-Fi Alpha Brushes for use in 3D and 2D Painting Software. Great for adding detail to large Floors, Walls, Ceilings, etc. Compatible with many software packages: 3D Coat, Substance Painter, DDO, NDO, Mudbox, ZBrush, Modo, Photoshop and many others. Texture Resolution: 2048 x 2048 Pixels. File Formats: JPEG (.jpg) and ABR (.abr)
Price: $5.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #7- DDO Painter I [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #7- DDO Painter I [AG]
In this training tutorial 3D Instructor Adam Gibson introduces the new and powerful DDO Painter to the currently released Quixel Suite 2.0. Learn how to get started quickly texturing your 3d models using the new painting tools and how to create automated input maps without having to leave the Quixel Suite. Table of Contents for Volume #7: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- Input Map Baking Glitch in 3DO (Work-Around Explained), Chapter 3- Baking Input Maps Via NDO (AO, Curvature, Object Space Normal, XYZ Gradient), Chapter 4- Baking Input Maps Via DDO (AO, Curvature, Object Space Normal, XYZ Gradient), Chapter 5- DDO Paint Brush Basics (Brush Size, Changing Colors, Albedo Viewing Mode), Chapter 6- DDO Paint Brush Basics (Channel Selection, Transferring Paint Data to Image Maps), Chapter 7- How to Add a Bump Channel in DDO and Paint Bump Displacement, Chapter 8- Keyboard Shortcuts (Othographic/Perspective Toggle, 90-Degree Ortho-Views), Chapter 9- Gloss Channel Painting, Chapter 10- How to Paint on Meshes with Multiple Groups, Chapter 11- Dynamask Painting, Layer Blending, Adding Dirt, Bump Map Detail, Chapter 12- Exporting Final Maps from DDO to Lightwave and Initial Texture Set-Up, Chapter 13- Test Renders in Lightwave, Chapter 14- Post Process Render Presets in 3DO and Final. Running Time: 2 hrs. 28 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels), Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $19.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #6- NDO Painter I  [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #6- NDO Painter I [AG]
In this training tutorial 3D Instructor Adam Gibson introduces the new and powerful NDO Painter from the newly released Quixel Suite 2.0. Learn how to get started quickly painting Normal Maps directly on your 3d models in 3DO using the new painting tools. Table of Contents for Volume #6: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- NDO Paint Basics (Part One), Chapter 3- NDO Paint Basics (Part Two), Chapter 4- NDO Paint Basics (Part Three), Chapter 5- Brush Tool, Chapter 6- Eraser Tool (Transparency and Alpha), Chapter 7- Object Navigation Review (Rotate, Move, Zoom), Chapter 8- Camera Animator (Make Animations of your 3D Model), Chapter 9- Creating Multiple Camera Views (Create, Save, Delete), Chapter 10- How to Create Groups/Parts and Hide Groups/Parts, Chapter 11- Alpha Brushes, Chapter 12- How to Change Alpha Brush Angle, Chapter 13- Importing and Creating Alpha Brush Collections, Chapter 14- Final. Running Time: 2 hrs. 13 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels), Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner. *Bonus: 150 FREE Sci-Fi Alpha Brushes!!! (Reg. Price $19.00 US)
Price: $19.00
DAZ 3D Model Creation- The Dark Art [AG]
Would you like to Earn Money from Selling 3D Models on the Internet? If so, this video course is designed to teach you how to do just that. One of the largest 3D content market places on the internet is www.daz3d.com. DAZ Studio is a "FREE" piece of 3D Software that you can download from DAZ3D.com that is used by thousands and thousands of people all over the world. Sounds complicated? Well don't worry in this course we will take you step-by-step on: Getting started with DAZ Studio UI (User Interface), Optimizing/Exporting Your Models for Import into DAZ, Converting/Adjusting your Models in DAZ Studio, Submission Guidelines, Dealing with the tricky DAZ File/Runtime(Texture) Folder Structure, Marketing and more!! Although this course is designed for anyone who wishes to create models for DAZ3D.com we will be using Lightwave 3D as our starting point demonstrate model/optimization and object file export. But once again the principles shown can be used in all other software packages to get your 3D models into DAZ Studio. *Please Note: Although this video tutorial is meant as a "Stand-Alone" Product it is also considered as Volume #5 of the "DDO for Lightwave Users" Series. Converting models and textures over to DAZ Studio for the purpose of Selling them on DAZ3D.com is part of the DDO series. Table of Contents for DAZ 3D Model Creation Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- Basic DAZ Publishing Info Orientation, Chapter 3- DAZ UI (User Interface) Layouts and Menu Tabs, Chapter 4- IPR (Interactive Progressive Rendering) Image Preview, View Modes, Add Camera, Chapter 5- Draw Style Options Menu and Deleting Cameras, Chapter 6- Navigating View Modes (Pan, Orbit, Dolly Zoom, Frame Selection), Chapter 7- Item Selection and Transforms (Translation, Rotation, Scale), Chapter 8- Multiple Item Selection, Item Groups, Parenting Items, Chapter 9- Surface Selection Tool, Chapter 10- Item Duplication and Node Instances, Chapter 11- Create Primitives, Surfacing Primitives, Grouping Primitives, Chapter 12- Lights and Glowing Surfaces (Ambient Color and Strength), Chapter 13- Diffuse Color Vs Ambient Color (Glow Issue), Chapter 14- Rendering Product Images, Chapter 15- DAZ Content Library and Submission File Folder Structure, Chapter 16- Mesh Optimization (Tips on Triangles, Quads, Non-Planer Polys, UVs, and More), Chapter 17- FBX Export from Lightwave 3D and Proper UV Islands, Chapter 18- Import FBX into DAZ and Tweaking Surfaces, Chapter 19- Creating a Product Base Directory for your Files, Chapter 20- Runtime Texture Folder Structure Set-Up, Chapter 21- Setting Your Author/Artist Name in the Preferences Menu, Chapter 22- Props/Environments and Materials Folder Structure Creation, Chapter 23- Saving Prop Assets with Correct File Path and Settings, Chapter 24- Reassigning Texture File Paths to the Runtime Texture Folder, Chapter 25- Creating a Material Preset in the Materials Folder, Chapter 26- Zipping Up Your Product Folder and DAZ PASS Website, Chapter 27- Saving Multiple Item Products, Chapter 28- Helpful Websites for Selling Products on the Internet. Chapter 29- Final. Running Time: 7 hrs. 0 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) . Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $29.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #4- Getting Started IV  [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #4- Getting Started IV [AG]
What is dDo? dDo is an extremely powerful 3D texturing plugin for Adobe Photoshop used by top Video Game Companies and Movie Studios around the world. Imagine being able to detail your Sci-Fi and Industrial style models with adjustable rust, scratches, corrosion, water damage, dirt, leakage, dust, mud spattering, paint wear...and much more...all within a few seconds instead of spending hours and hours or weeks painting and tweaking texture maps by hand. The software also comes with a library of surfacing presets and the ability to create and save out your own. In this course we will step-by-step show you how to get up and running fast using this amazing and powerful tool that you get at the following website: www.quixel.se. It's very affordable. Only $50 US Funds and can do amazing things. In this fourth volume we'll be demonstrating how to create amazing "input normal maps" with another external software package called "NDO" which is part of the Quixel Suite. Techniques on how to create Sci-Fi Detail (Nurnies, Panels and Plates) will be demonstrated using NDO's unique normal map creation tools. In Volumes #5 to #12 of the course we will be going through a wide variety of tools in dDo, doing some basic and advanced project work, modeling & uv mapping(with dDo in mind), and how to create your own 3D models to sell on the internet on websites like Daz3D.com and Turbosquid, and more!! Table of Contents for Volume #4: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- Input Map Creation, Chapter 3- NDO Introduction (Part One), Chapter 4- NDO Introduction (Part Two), Chapter 5- NDO Introduction (Part Three), Chapter 6- NDO Introduction (Part Four), Chapter 7- Wall Panel Creation (Part One), Chapter 8- Wall Panel Creation (Part Two), Chapter 9- Wall Panel Creation (Part Three), Chapter 10- Wall Panel Test in DDO, Chapter 11- Export Final Baked Images, Chapter 12- Testing Images in Lightwave, Chapter 13- Final. Running Time: 2 hrs. 31 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) , Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $19.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #3- Getting Started III [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #3- Getting Started III [AG]
What is dDo? dDo is an extemely powerful 3D texturing plugin for Adobe Photoshop used by top Video Game Companies and Movie Studios around the world. Imagine being able to detail your Sci-Fi and Industrial style models with adjustable rust, scratches, corrosion, water damage, dirt, leakage, dust, mud spattering, paint wear...and much more...all within a few seconds instead of spending hours and hours or weeks painting and tweaking texture maps by hand. The software also comes with a library of surfacing presets and the ability to create and save out your own. In this course we will step-by-step show you how to get up and running fast using this amazing and powerful tool that you get at the following website: www.quixel.se. It's very affordable. Only $50 US Funds and can do amazing things. In this third volume we'll be demonstrating how to create amazing "input normal maps" with an external software package called "3D Coat". Techniques on how to create Sci-Fi Detail (Nurnies, Panels and Plates) will be demonstrated using 3D Coats powerful paint tools. In Volumes #4 to #12 of the course we will be going through a wide variety of tools in dDo, doing some basic and advanced project work, modeling & uv mapping (with dDo in mind), introduction to NDO (Normal Mapping Plugin that can be used with DDO, and how to create your own 3D models to sell on the internet on websites like Daz3D.com and Turbosquid, and more!! Table of Contents for Volume #3: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- Creating Input Normal Maps Using Other Software Packages, Chapter 3- Creating Normal Maps in 3D Coat for DDO Introduction, Chapter 4- Painting Normal Maps in 3D Coat for DDO (Part One), Chapter 5- Painting Normal Maps in 3D Coat for DDO (Part Two), Chapter 6- Painting Normal Maps in 3D Coat for DDO (Part Three), Chapter 7- Painting Normal Maps in 3D Coat for DDO (Part Four), Chapter 8- Exporting Normal Map from 3D Coat, Chapter 9- Exporting Normal Map from 3D Coat, Chapter 10- Loading Input Maps in DDO, Chapter 11- Testing Normal Map with Smart Textures, Chapter 12- Normal Map Error, Chapter 13- Normal Map Input Fix, Chapter 14- Exporting Textures in DDO, Chapter 15- Testing Final Textures in Lightwave, Chapter 16- Final. Running Time: 3 hrs. 0 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels), Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $19.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #2- Getting Started II  [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #2- Getting Started II [AG]
What is dDo? dDo is an extemely powerful 3D texturing plugin for Adobe Photoshop used by top Video Game Companies and Movie Studios around the world. Imagine being able to detail your Sci-Fi and Industrial style models with adjustable rust, scratches, corrosion, water damage, dirt, leakage, dust, mud spattering, paint wear...and much more...all within a few seconds instead of spending hours and hours or weeks painting and tweaking texture maps by hand. The software also comes with a library of surfacing presets and the ability to create and save out your own. In this course we will step-by-step show you how to get up and running fast using this amazing and powerful tool that you get at the following website: www.quixel.se. It's very affordable. Only $50 US Funds and can do amazing things. In this second volume we'll continue to cover what's involved to set-up, creating input maps (Color ID Maps, Normal Maps, etc) and further your understanding of the interface and get you started making awesome textures for your model for use in Lightwave and other pieces of 3D software. In Volumes #3 to #12 of the course we will be going through a wide variety of tools in dDo, doing some basic and advanced project work, modeling & uv mapping(with dDo in mind), introduction to NDO (Normal Mapping Plugin that can be used with DDO, and how to create your own 3D models to sell on the internet on websites like Daz3D.com and Turbosquid, and more!! Table of Contents for Volume #2: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- Assigning Polygon Colors to Create a Color ID Map, Chapter 3- Using Surface Baker in Layout to Bake Color ID Map, Chapter 4- Saving Extra File Formats of Color ID Map, Chapter 5- Creating Other Input Maps in XNormal, Chapter 6- Baking a Curvature Map in XNormal, Chapter 7- Multiple Surfaces Gotcha, Chapter 8- Select Surfaces in DDO, Chapter 9- ReBaking the Color ID Map with Anti-Aliasing Fix, Chapter 10- Import Corrected Color ID Map, Chapter 11- Baking Out Image Maps in DDO, Chapter 12- Testing Baked Image Maps in Lightwave, Chapter 13- How to Create a Color ID Map in a 3D Paint Program (3D Coat), Chapter 14- Testing the Color ID Map Created in 3D Coat, Chapter 15- Final. Running Time: 2 hrs. 17 mins., High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) , Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $19.00
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #1- Getting Started I  [AG]
DDO for Lightwave Users- Volume #1- Getting Started I [AG]
What is dDo? dDo is an extemely powerful 3D texturing plugin for Adobe Photoshop used by top Video Game Companies and Movie Studios around the world. Imagine being able to detail your Sci-Fi and Industrial style models with adjustable rust, scratches, corrosion, water damage, dirt, leakage, dust, mud spattering, paint wear...and much more...all within a few seconds instead of spending hours and hours or weeks painting and tweaking texture maps by hand. The software also comes with a library of surfacing presets and the ability to create and save out your own. In this course we will step-by-step show you how to get up and running fast using this amazing and powerful tool that you get at the following website: www.quixel.se. It's very affordable. Only $50 US Funds and can do amazing things. In this first volume we'll be covering what's involved to set-up and optimize you meshes so that they are ready for loading into dDo and also take you through the interface and get you started making awesome textures for your model for use in Lightwave and other pieces of 3D software. In Volumes #2 to #12 of the course we will be going through a wide variety of tools in dDo, doing some basic and advanced project work, modeling & uv mapping(with dDo in mind), introduction to NDO (Normal Mapping Plugin that can be used with DDO, and how to create your own 3D models to sell on the internet on websites like Daz3D.com and Turbosquid, and more!! Table of Contents for Volume #1: Chapter 1- Intro, Chapter 2- What is DDO?, Chapter 3- DDO Workflow/Pipeline for Lightwave, Chapter 4- Where to Download XNormal Software for Free, Chapter 5- Baking Input Maps in XNormal: Tangent Space Normal Map, Chapter 6- Baking Input Maps in XNormal: Object Space Normal Map, Chapter 7- Baking Input Maps in XNormal: Ambient Occlusion Map, Chapter 8- Loading Input Map and Object File into DDO for Texturing, Chapter 9- How to Add a Material , Chapter 10- How to Add a Smart Material and Export your Baked Maps, Chapter 11- Testing Baked Maps in Lightwave, Chapter 12- How to Create Your Own Custom "Smart Materials", Chapter 13- Re-Using a Smart Material Preset on another Model, Chapter 14-Final. Running Time: 2 hrs. 36 mins. High Quality (Screen-Res 1920 x 1080 pixels) , Video Format: MP4 (.mp4), Level: Beginner.
Price: $19.00