Hey my friends,
originally my home is web design and working with online shops. Since I was very interested in web based 3D visualization I came across Babylon a few months ago. Now I decided to improve my skills by learning more about the way how it works, how materials are made, how you are able to present a very realistic model in browser.
I appreciate the documentation and especially the support of this community. It‘s honestly the most supportive community I have seen so far. Thanks for that.
Since the documentation only describes how to use the functions of Babylon and not what it does and I don‘t want to ask stupid questions all the time I want to learn as much as possible to solve problems on my own.
Before Babylon I didn‘t know what things like meshes, shading, anti-aliasing, tone-mapping, … are. And my current comprehension about it is still extremely basic. Therefore I would love to know if you have any tipps where and how to learn everything.
I don‘t want to focus on modeling but more about materials and realistic presentation. Since the whole purpose is to be able to master Babylon it’s not related to a 3D software like maya, 3Ds max or whatever. I would pay for a course as well if it’s really helpful. If you know anything like that please let me know.