The hype is real, but nuanced
There's a lot of hype around this new tool and a lot of people are singing it's praises, which is deserved. But there's far fewer people talking about Eevee's short-comings and significant changes to workflow it requires, especially if you're not a competent game artist already.
In this course, Ethan goes into great detail about the pros, cons, and quirks of Eevee. Whether you're finding Eevee overwhelming or underwhelming, this course is a must watch.
What You'll Learn:
Collections showcase - While this organizational feature isn't an Eevee-exclusive, it's very useful and worth a sneak peak.
Eevee lights + Post effects - Shadow bias, contact shadows, bloom, reflection probes, baked GI...all things covered here.
Eevee materials - It's so nice that Eevee's materials are compatible with Cycles. Though it's important to be aware of where they're different, especially when it comes to transparency.
Game art tricks - Since Eevee is a game engine at heart, it helps to know some game artist tricks to both improve visual quality and speed optimize your scene.