Hello fellow artists and creatives!
I've been exploring the world of path tracing and its applications in creating stunning cinematics with Unreal Engine 5.
Recently, I stumbled upon some inspiring projects and videos from Miles Cable that left me in awe
As an artist, I'm always on the lookout for work that's better than mine. It helps me to learn, stay up-to-date, and improve my skills.
So, I've also included some awesome tutorials that I'm sure you'll find useful
Alfa Romeo "Feel For Yourself" by Miles Cable
An absolute masterpiece! The visuals are so captivating that it's hard to believe they are not real!
If you're interested in the behind-the-scenes process of this project, I highly recommend checking out this one
and here are some tips on path-tracing samples
2023 Toyota GR | (real ad)
If you want to learn more about cinematics in Unreal Engine, here are some great tutorials
I found this one today from Dusty PIxels, and I love that the idea of the project comes from one of my favorite FPS games Battlefield
I'm also a big fan of William's channel, and I highly recommend you to check out his videos for more inspiration and knowledge.
and here's a quick guide on animating your shots
To wrap up this post, I'd like to share something that Youtube recommended to me this morning.
It's a short film called "Mystery - UE5 Short" by Matt Tsang. The sound effects are beautifully synced with the visuals, and the post-processing work is stunning.
Mystery - UE5 Short by Matt Tsang
I'm curious to know what projects you're currently working on and what you're planning to create cinematics for soon. I hope you found today's post useful and inspiring. Keep creating, and I'll see you soon!
Cheers & best regards!