Intro to 3D Design with Jasmyn Johnson – 2 of 2



Join digital artist Jasmyn Johnson aka Jaz Da Artist on Adobe Live as she shares how to create 3D designs from start to finish. In this two-part series, she’ll design a custom 3D composition each day using Adobe Substance Stager and Sampler. Follow along with Jaz as she uses free 3D models from Adobe Stock and Stager’s built-in models to bring her designs to life!

Guest Jasmyn S. Johnson is a Digital Artist based in Atlanta, GA: https://www.behance.net/jjjasmync5c5

Host Daniel Flores (DTM, DaCreativeGenius) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Atlanta, GA: https://www.behance.net/dacreativegenius

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00:00 Start
01:00 Who is Jasmyn Johnson?
04:20 Finding 3D assets on Adobe Stock
07:00 Experimenting with materials in Sampler
11:00 Changing material/object surface pattern
16:15 Where to find great Substance Painter tutorials
18:40 Reordering effects layers
20:00 Importing images and other assets to create custom textures
24:00 Experimenting with metal textures and finish types
26:30 Drawing custom patterns
31:00 Saving/exporting custom materials
33:45 Working in Stager
36:30 Placing material onto selection
37:00 Are these materials also compatible with Dimension
39:00 Combining objects into your scene
48:20 Controlling Bend and other object orientation settings
57:15 Dragging and dropping default materials into a scene
01:00:45 Which file types are compatible with Stager?
01:03:30 Alternating between camera views
01:06:30 Editing the scene lighting
01:21:15 Using the eyedropper tool
01:23:50 Zooming in and out for different creative shots
01:28:20 Previewing different color variations of the piece
01:30:00 Artist Spotlight: Kyle Jamison
01:39:00 Exporting and editing the piece in photoshop
01:42:00 Uploading images and depth maps to Facebook
01:43:10 Color corrections
01:47:20 Applying LUTs

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