Episode 01

Mari Live Painting
Meshmen Live

Peter Aversten

Lead Texture Artists
Blogger
Meshmen Studios

Mari Live Painting Meshmen Live : (EP02)

 

Welcome to first episode of Mari live painting sessions that will be broadcasted on the Youtube Live stream and later available for offline viewing either here on on the youtube channel.

In this Mari Live Painting session I start off by building the skeleton nodegraph layout for the different masks I will later use in the project. I also setup radio nodes and bake point nodes for cache and sharing inside the project

From here on going forward the plan for the Live sessions will be focusing on painting the project and I will spend the last 10-15 minutes having Q&A. So if you wonder something about my techniques write them in the chat or in the comments and I will read through at the end of the session. If you watch it later offline you can add questions in the comments below and I will adress the questions in upcomming Live stream Q&A sections.

“Please add questions in the comments of the Live Sessions”

Peter Aversten

As usual The chat will be open in the Live Painting sessions so make sure to subscribe to my channel so you get notified when i start the broadcast. Meshmen Live is all about being a friendly place where Mari artist can get together.



Mari Live Painting Session Summary

Initial Mari setup for the Nodebased Mari Workflow I plan to use for the current project. I’m building a skeleton backdrop Layout to house the metal mask and dirt mask. The first episode was a initial test of the OBS software that I use to stream to the channel. The chat was offline in the session but will be fixed for the next episode. I would like to thank the people who was active during this first Mari Live Painting session and all good feedback I got in the comments. Make sure you add more comments for the future episodes and Q&A sessions

See you in the next Live Mari Session from Meshmen’s The Mari Channel

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Peter Aversten