Blender EEVEE Tutorial Series

The Blender EEVEE tutorial Series provides you with info about rendering in EEVEE. There are seven videos in this series:

  • 01 Introduction
  • 02 Two things to avoid
  • 03 Highlights and shadows
  • 04 Irradiance probe
  • 05 Vibrant colors
  • 06 Reflection Cubemap
  • 07 False color
  • 08 Compositing

The first video is the introduction and I recommend you to watch that first so you get an idea of why I created these videos

Blender EEVEE Tutorial Series

01 – Introduction

This Introduction of the Blender EEVEE Tutorial series lets you experience the difference between nice and professional renders. Watch the first minute, and if you recognize your render style, then this course is for you. This course covers a few insights that many are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path. Thanks to users of the EEVEE Production Suite, I developed this course. I noticed that enough users were not familiar with Blender lighting in Blender EEVEE. The Suite contains a Blender lighting addon, but for this mini-course, you don’t need it.

02 Two things to avoid

Part 2 of the Blender EEVEE shows what is best to avoid: Environment light and Emission shader. Check out why that is in this tutorial, and you never want to use it again in EEVEE.

03 Highlights and shadows

In this part 3 of the Blender EEVEE Tutorial series, you see how important it is to create highlights and shadows. Also, specular reflections add an extra dimension. This course covers a few insights that many are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path.

04 Iradiance probe

In this part 4 of the Blender EEVEE Tutorial series, you will experience what the irradiance probe does. This will be a new concept for you if you are not familiar with similar render engines. But don’t worry, this tutorial is not too technical. This course covers a few insights that many are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path.

05 Vibrant colors

At some stages in your learning path, you might experience less vibrant colors. Part 5 investigates the possible reasons. This course covers a few insights that many Blender users are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path.

06- Reflection cubemap

Part 5 of the Blender EEVEE – Tutorial series shows two ways to use a reflection cubemap. One method allows you to animate without baking. The other method requires a bake after moving the object. This course covers a few insights that many are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path.

07 False color

In this part 7 of the Blender Tutorial Series, you see how you can use the false-color transform view in Filmic. You can use it as a point of reference for your albedo values. In other words, to get an idea if your material is too bright or too dark. This course covers a few insights that many are not aware of, and this way, you can make a shortcut on your learning path.

08 Compositing

In part 8 of the Blender EEVEE Tutorial series, you will finally see the chapter that is unknown to many. Thanks to Troy Sobotka who had the patience to explain the things behind the screen in Blender compositor.

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