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Kenny Roy

DG1382: Copy and Paste Your Universe: Creating and Implementing Modular 3D Environments

(Duration 01:05:04)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Create set pieces with an understanding of modular design
  • Prepare assets for use in a modular setup
  • Create a scene that uses modular assets and assemble an environment quickly
  • Dress the set with more modular assets to give areas a unique quality

Target Audience

Target Audience

Animators, students, and generalists who are looking for techniques to create large environments without the need for a huge development process

Description

Description

In this class, we present tried and tested methods for creating large-scale environments out of modular pieces. These tricks can help you populate your scenes with geometry and dress your shots quickly. Our case study is a 4-minute short film that used a single12 foot x 12 foot modular set to bring an entire story to life.

Speakers

Speakers

Kenny Roy

Kenny Roy started in the animation industry in 1997 as a dustbuster on a children's animated feature. Since then, he's gone on to animate some of the most memorable characters on screen, from Scooby Doo to King Kong. In 2007 he founded Arconyx Animation Studios in Los Angeles, CA where he directs projects ranging from TV commercials to short films to visual FX. An animation teacher for almost 8 years, Kenny is also a mutiple-published author in animation and a world-traveling lecturer and runs an animation training portal through www.kennyroy.com.

Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • DG1382

Software

  • Maya
  • 3ds Max

Industry

  • Advertising
  • Publishing & Graphics Design
  • Games
  • Film & TV

Tracks

  • Entertainment