My name is Orson Favrel, I’m currently a Senior VFX Tech Artist at Unity. My daily task is to help improve VFX Graph and overall the VFX tools and workflow in Unity.
Previously I was an VFX Artist and Ready & Dawn and a Lead VFX Artist at Dontnod Studio.
I’ll be using this Topic to share some of my experiments, use of new VFX Graph feature etc…
Feel free to comment, ask questions or criticize.
I’ll start this Sketchbook with a short breakdown of a VFX that has been done to Showcase the 6-Way lighting feature that was added to VFXGraph in Unity 2022.2
I’ll be posting a more detailed breakdown in the coming days.
Hope that you’ll like and/or find it usefull.
That’s really informative thank you! (btw keep the good work witn VFX Graph, love it a lot!)
Amazing work! I’ve linked to the project here just to gather everything in one place: 6-way lightmap WIP - #28 by simonschreibt
Good Idea Simon, thanks for this.
Absolutely awesome breakdown, really appreciate the turntable that’s super rare to see in VFX. how was that setup?
Thank you for showing such a great work and its breakdown ! It’s definitely informative and useful. Can’t wait to see more !
Sorry for the late answer.
All the different elements: VFXGraphs, Mesh swap, lights etc… are triggered and synchronized thanks to Timeline in Unity.
If you’re not familiar with Unity, Timeline is their sequencing tool that allow you to animate, synch, triggers events etc. The cool thing is that it has scrubbing feature.
So I just “pause” the explosion in Timeline and control the camera to revolve around the explosion.
Hey Orson, thanks for the explanation.
Makes total sense for sure, I’ll be definitely be using sequence for brakedowns in the future.
If only it’d be possible to have a similar turntable option on web, would be great for portfolio sites