Matt Brealey
Matt is currently working as a freelance 3D designer in the UK, trying his hand at VFX work in his free-time. He loves learning new things, finding inspiring graphics, and dreaming up impossible fx shots.
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Model a Photorealistic Swiss Army Knife in Modo: Part 1Thumb
    Subdivision modeling is an extremely powerful tool that can allow you to add high levels of detail to your models in a relatively short amount of time. In order to use it effectively, however, one must know when, and more importantly, when not to use it. In this three part, beginner to intermediate tutorial series, professional Modo artist, Matt Braeley, will demonstrate how to model a photorealistic Swiss Army knife, using polygonal and subdivision modeling in Luxology's Modo 302.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Model a Photorealistic Boss Tu-2 FX Pedal in Modo: Part 2Thumbnail
    In this two-part tutorial (visit Day 1), you will learn how to model the Boss Tu-2 FX pedal using Luxology's Modo 302. Taking advantage of Modo's workflow enhancing toolset, the model will be highly detailed, and suitable for close up renders from any angle.Read More…