“In this article by Reynante Martinez we’ll tackle a topic that is commonly misunderstood and often overlooked inside of Blender. But before we begin, I’d like to make a few remarks. First, I do not claim to be a professional color grading artist nor do I imply the following explanations as “rules” to be strictly followed. What I will try to share with you in this article are my thoughts and experiences on Color Grading using Blender.
Bring your 3D world to life with lighting, compositing, and rendering
- Render spectacular scenes with realistic lighting in any 3D application using interior and exterior lighting techniques
- Give an amazing look to 3D scenes by applying light rigs and shadow effects
- Apply color effects to your scene by changing the World and Lamp color values
- A step-by-step guide with practical examples that help add dimensionality to your scene”
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