Blender to Unreal Engine 5 | 3D Props | Medieval Market
What you'll learn
- • Following through a complete guide on creating a set of AAA game-ready quality medieval market stall
- • Maximising the potential of your references to develop strong game asset concepts
- • Using Blender and understanding its interface and shortcuts
- • 3D modelling from a beginner level right up to techniques used by professionals around the world in many top game companies
- • A course within a course introduction into (a) Blender basics, (b) materials and textures, and (c) seams, sharps, and UVs
- • Discovering the basics of using the Blender cloth simulator
- • Learning how to use an HDRI as a 3D model background for your portfolio
- • Maintaining and optimising medieval Europe aesthetics
- • Effective problem-solving in Blender
- • Adding materials using Blender’s node system
- • Complete guide on marking seams & texture resolutions
- • Complete UV Mapping Guide: UV mapping and UV unwrapping your model
- • Being introduced to environment creation in Unreal Engine 5
- • Learning how to use rendering to improve the quality of presentation for your 3D environment in Blender Cycles and Unreal Engine 5
- • Taking a high-resolution render in Unreal Engine 5
- • Rendering game assets to a high level for professional 3D artist portfolios
- • To own a computer (Microsoft, Linux or Mac)
- • To have downloaded Blender (available for free)
- • To have downloaded Unreal Engine 5 (preferably) or another open-source game engine
- • A thirst to learn and excitement about 3D modelling and cloth simulation
- • To download all course resources including a free course handbook and download pack with 6 textures, and 48 texture maps at 4 k resolution, 2 references, 1 HDRI map, 1 HDRI portfolio gradient map, and 1 human reference.
Would you like to learn how to model 3D AAA quality game assets?
Now, what if I told you I have a course to start with, part 2, the medieval market stall, on Udemy?
Get started with or continue your journey with part 2 of a medieval game assets 3D modelling series coming in November!
These three courses have been streamlined to make them compact and full of knowledge.
‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ is a medieval market stall game asset incorporating cloth simulation. One of the best parts of the course is finding out about a clever way of distributing numerous vegetables in a crate using an emitter.
This course will give you access to just over 6 hours of 3D art.
Learn how to build a medieval came asset that would fit perfectly in the main square of any medieval game city or medieval castle keep in the game engine of your choice.
This course will see you learn all the techniques pros use and how they use them. Learning how to make all your UVs look different so that your wood looks realistic, and how to get your planks to not look like copies of the same straight plank.
Through reading this course description you will find out:
- What you want to learn about 3D modeling;
- What you are going to get through ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’, and;
- How the course will take your 3D modeling skills to the next level.
This course will teach you how to bring to life a game-ready AAA video game prop, ready for you to render as part of your portfolio.
Our 3D modelling focus will be on building a simple wooden structure for our market stall, followed by simulating cloth and adding realism to it. We will also be making sure that our vegetable crates look real by learning how to best place multiple copies of the same object in them.
Texturing and Materials
All in all, ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ will provide you with intensive learning all in one place, giving you access to 2 references, 1 HDRI map, 1 HDRI portfolio gradient map, 1 human reference, 30 Blender textures, and 13 Unreal Engine 5 textures at 4 k resolution. This course will also teach you the basics of making your own materials and shaders using these textures in both Blender and Unreal Engine 5 (UE5).
‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ will teach you all about gamma, hue, and saturation in Blender Cycles.
This course will show you how to simulate long pieces of cloth on top of a structure in a realistic way.
Our main tool will be the Blender cloth simulator, alongside using the array modifier to create the tassels. Also, using proportional editing, we will be fine-tuning delicate cloth movements.
Lighting & Rendering
By joining ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’, you will learn about specific types of in-built Blender lighting functionalities that will enhance the happy and magical feeling of your medieval market stall.
We will also be creating a portfolio render for any multimedia site you wish to upload your completed model to.
‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ is a complete guide into using Cycles for lighting, rendering, shadow.
Game Engine Incorporation Unreal Engine 5
We will be taking a deep dive into Epic’s all-new Unreal Engine 5. Do not worry if you have not managed to download it and are still working with UE4 because everything you will learn in this section can be used in both.
Through ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ you will be learning the basics of bringing your games asset to life, rendered in real-time.
We will look at how to import and use textures created specifically for Unreal Engine and use them to create the materials for our medieval market stall. You will also find out how to create a UE5 system to set up the roughness of different materials.
One of the main things about this course is that we will also be creating our own portfolio gradient skybox!
Course Resources & Freebies
The ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ course resource pack includes 2 references, 1 HDRI map, 1 HDRI portfolio gradient map, 1 human reference, 30 Blender textures, and 13 Unreal Engine 5 textures at 4 k resolution.
The best course navigation tool ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Market Stall’ will be included. The course handbook will give the control back to you and you will be able to fully streamline your learning process to your needs and wants seamlessly.
Join this course and come be part of a 3D modeling journey of over 6 hours of learning that will see you go away with a game-ready AAA medieval game asset full of life.
Check out the free introduction and I am sure you won’t be able to put this course down!
Still unsure? Then, let me tell you what's unique about this course:
· Maximising the potential of your references to develop strong game asset concepts
· Discovering the basics of using the Blender cloth simulator
· Learning how to use an HDRI as a 3D model background for your portfolio
· Maintaining and optimizing medieval Europe aesthetics
· Being introduced to environment creation in Unreal Engine 5
· Learning how to use rendering to improve the quality of presentation for your 3D environment in Blender Cycles and Unreal Engine 5
Let’s create something history-inspired and blissful, emanating that feeling of gratitude that thanksgiving brings this November!
To get you pumped, imagine how well this prop fits in with your other 3D Tudor projects.
You can include your medieval market stall 3D model within your castle keep as part of our ‘Creating a Modular Kitbash in Blender’ course, next to your medieval in or tavern based on ‘Blender 2.8 Complete Beginners Guide to 3D Modelling a Scene’, or nearby your medieval well or windmill using ‘Blender 2.8 Creating your First 3D Game Model’ and ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 5’ respectively.
You know what? You could also place your market stall opposite your medieval gallows using ‘Blender to Unreal Engine 3D Props Medieval Gallows’, for some celebratory shopping after the big event. That’s how they used to do it!
Until next time, happy modeling everyone!
Neil – 3D Tudor
Who this course is for:
- • Beginner 3D modellers eager to learn how to build medieval-themed AAA game-ready assets such as a market stall with simulated cloth material
- • Enthusiasts of Blender who want to fast-track their understanding of its new and exciting changes
- • Mid-Level 3D modellers who want to take their modelling to a new level and improve their professional workflow and troubleshooting abilities
- • Fans of all things medieval who want to create an awe-striking asset full of life and colour in Unreal Engine 5
In 2019, Neil Bettison founded 3D Tudor out of his passion for 3D modelling, which he wanted to share with others. He is a professional prop and environment artist.
Neil is a successful instructor with over 200,000 students cross-platform. His courses are among the highest-rated for 3D modelling on Udemy, with reviewer ratings at 4.7 or above. This includes a Udemy bestseller course.
Neil's courses are aimed at 3D modellers of all levels, with a great number of new tips and tricks for each learner. Each course is different, with most common themes including medieval England Tudor game assets and buildings, or sci-fi scenes and weapons. Neil's instructor style makes him stand out because of his to-the-point instructions and clear guidance. He is the only instructor on Udemy who uses live on-screen tooltips throughout his lessons, helping learners to follow along, without the need to go back and revisit previous shortcuts. This enables absolute beginners and mid-range learners to learn alongside one another, with nothing holding them back, and at different paces, chosen by each student.
Neil Bettison is a professional 3D artist with 9 years of modelling experience, including assets, characters, and environments. Neil initially got started with 3D modelling because of his passion for gaming. Some of his first models included creating assets for City Skylines workshop.
After attending the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) for a BA(Hons) Computer Games Arts degree, Neil began freelancing.
As a freelancer, Neil expanded his portfolio through work on historical assets and environment, working to sell these models alongside custom work requests. He is successful on social media and he quickly became a success on YouTube since launching his 3D Tudor channel in 2019. Neil's YouTube channel has become a go-to for all Blender students and hobbyists alike. Following his success on YouTube, Neil went on to create Blender courses on Udemy, aiming to synchronise them with his free YouTube content so that students can get the most out of learning.
Neil's 3D models are made using a combination of Blender, Maya, and ZBrush - depending on their specifications. Neil uses Blender for particle effects and complex asset animation. Neil can use two popular game engines, Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) and Unity, with many years of experience in using both. He is proficient in Photoshop and uses this tool for his textures and the original concept art he produces as part of his 3D model research workflow. Neil uses Substance Painter but also makes his own materials and textures using Substance Designer. Neil prefers using Topogun for retopology, specialising in optimising retopology for AAA assets.
Neil strives to continuously expand his library of courses over time, aiming to introduce learners to more software and tips and tricks over time. Together, the journey is just beginning!