Unreal Engine for Beginners
If you’re getting started with Unreal Engine, it might be overwhelming. But just like any other software, you need to start somewhere. And with this Unreal Engine for beginners tutorial, you’ll be on your feet in no time.
The biggest challenge at first is probably the User Interface and some of the fundamental tools. Once you get over that, you can already start creating amazing things.
When comparing Unreal Engine to Blender or Cinema4D, it’s actually super easy. You don’t need to know how to model or texture. There’s a whole library we can access, plus there are lots of 3D assets to be found online.
Within just a couple of hours, you can already start making great looking 3D renders.
Quixel Bridge Library
Quixel is an organization that scans real objects and environments, giving photorealistic 3D models. They have partnered with Epic Games Unreal Engine, making their entire library free to use.
From within Unreal Engine 5 we can access the Bridge Library, giving super high quality downloads. This alone sets you for months of fun creating your own environments and scenes.
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