Since making it’s debut in 1998, in the FPS game “Unreal”, Unreal Engine has successfully become one of the most widely used game engines worldwide. Thousands of tutorials and articles have since been posted, aimed at teaching fellow artists the ins and outs of the engine. We’ve gathered some of our favourite YouTube channels for you that do just that.
Since making it’s debut in 1998, in the FPS game “Unreal”, Unreal Engine has successfully become one of the most widely used game engines worldwide. Thousands of tutorials and articles have since been posted, aimed at teaching fellow artists the ins and outs of the engine.
We’ve gathered some of our favourite YouTube channels for you - is your favourite on the list?
J Hill is a professional and extremely talented character artist working in the Games industry. His channel is dedicated towards helping other people that are interested in digital art and covers subjects from 3D character creation, sculpting and modeling, game art and rendering. His videos are mostly focused around Unreal Engine and Zbrush.
PinkPocketTV is a channel run by Israel Rangreji, a 3D artist and Indie Game Developer. His tutorials are centered around Unreal Engine, Blender and Core games and are aimed at both beginners as well as more experienced artists.
Virtus is a popular channel for Game development related tutorials in Unreal Engine 4 and 5. The channel consists of numberous courses teaching you how to use game engines and software to create your very own game from scratch without any experience.
Beargames is a UK based creator posting Unreal Engine and Blender tutorials. Want to learn more about Blueprint interfaces or how to teleport players and objects in Unreal? Don’t miss his channel!
Smart Poly publishes tutorials every Tuesday and Thursday, with additional “fun” videos added on Saturdays. His videos are dedicated to educational content and range from game development, 3d modeling to content pack reviews and more. Learn how to make aan open world map in UE5 in less than 20 minutes or get stuck into the UE5 Matrix Demo.
Unreal Sensei, as you can imagine, is dedicated to creating tutorials and informative content around Unreal Engine. With over 200 thousand subscribers, the creator shares tips and tricks on anything Unreal related, from how to make UE4 render lighting faster to the secret of realistic landscapes. Take a look!
Quixel “is all about bringing artistry and speed back to next-gen workflows”. With hundreds of videos already upoaded, they have in-depth tutorials on anything UE4 and 5. Learn about Mixer fundamentals, performance optimisation, displacing geometry and so much more.
CGDealer is a smaller but growing channel that is aimed at current and future game developers, posting well produced UE5 tutorials. From Character animation studies to learning how to create Realtime fog cards, the channel covers a wide array of UE5 topics.