Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 Posted by Jim Thacker

Discover how DICE LA created Battlefield V’s environments

Artists from DICE LA will reveal how they created the photorealistic environments for Battlefield V at a free event at Gnomon’s Hollywood campus this Thursday, 30 May 2019.

The talk – a must-see for anyone aiming to work in environment art for AAA games – will also be streamed live on Twitch: you can watch it for free via the player embedded below.

Discover how the photorealistic environments of Battlefield V’s new Mercury map were created
Released last year, but steadily evolving via EA’s Tides of War live update service, Battlefield V is the latest in EA’s popular series of military first-person shooters.

In their Gnomon presentation, artists from EA’s DICE LA studios will explore how the latest update, the new Mercury map, was created using photogrammetry and VFX workflows.

The panel comprises 3D artists Guilherme Rambelli and Pat Goodwin, world artists Adam Hernandez and Matt McCorkell, and VFX artist Chris Yoon.

The session should provide valuable insights into current environment workflows for anyone hoping to break into – or secure their next job – in the videogame industry.

Free to attend, but register online in advance
The Art of War: Crafting Environments for Battlefield V takes place at Gnomon’s Hollywood campus from 7.30-10:00pm PDT on Thursday 30 May 2019. Entry is free, but you’ll need to register online first.

If you can’t make it in person, the event will also be broadcast free on Gnomon’s Twitch channel. You can ask questions via Twitch chat.

Read more about The Art of War: Crafting Environments for Battlefield V on Gnomon’s website

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