Lynda – 3ds Max Substance to V-Ray

Lynda – 3ds Max: Substance to V-Ray
English | Size: 1.5GB
Category: CBTs


Discover how to leverage the substance-based toolset from Allegorithmic with V-Ray in 3ds Max. In this course, explore the various workflow requirements and options that are available when using the Substance Designer, Substance Painter, and Bitmap2Material applications with 3ds Max and V-Ray. Brian Bradley explains what substance-based tools are, and how to use them with the 3ds Max application. He also demonstrates how to create materials from photographic assets, how to work with substances and maps from Substance Designer, and how to export maps from Substance Painter. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Product Visualization with V-Ray and 3ds Max

Pluralsight – Product Visualization with V-Ray and 3ds Max
English | Size: 885.8MB
Category: CBTs


Product Visualization is a great way to showcase product design both for approval inside a company, as well as marketing and sales. It is a completely different scenario from other renders, since the product needs to be the main focus, and that changes everything; from the environment to lightning. In this course, Product Visualization with V-Ray and 3ds Max, you’ll learn the creation of a Studio Render of a product, showing the best techniques and strategies to achieve an appealing end result.
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Pluralsight – Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit

Pluralsight – Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit
English | Size: 2.4GB
Category: CBTs


Learn how to culminate a finished perspective rendering that will be ready for printing on a poster size board. In this course, Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit, you’ll learn how to create architectural renderings using V-Ray for Revit. First, you’ll discover various architectural materials, such as glass, wood, metal, drywall, marble, and etc. Next, you’ll explore how to build up the lighting in a Revit model using V-Ray lights and HDRI lighting techniques. Finally, you’ll learn rendering settings in depth. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to confidently integrate V-Ray into your Revit rendering workflow. Software required: Revit, V-Ray. [Read more…]

V-ray materials

V-ray materials
English | Size: 293 MB
Category: Tutorial


This is a colection of V-ray materials from:
Here is a list with some of the category’s it contains:

Architecture (grass, glass, metals, wood, brick etc. materials)
Automotive (paint, metal, car tier etc. materials)
Cloth (fabrics, leather etc. materials)
Food
Glass
Liquid
Metal [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Exterior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max

Pluralsight – Exterior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max
English | Size: 550.8MB
Category: Tutorial


When it comes to architectural visualization, making an exterior render is always a challenging task. There are many things going on at once, and many light sources can result in great render times. All of that can be really hard to manage. In this course, Exterior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max, you’ll learn the methods and best strategies for successfully rendering exteriors in order to have a realistic scene, with the best time management as possible.
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Creative Development – V-Ray for CINEMA 4D with Adam Chase

Creative Development – V-Ray for CINEMA 4D with Adam Chase
English | Size: 1.04 GB
Category: Tutorial


In this course, we will create a large scale arch-viz project using V-Ray.
We go from start to finish, modeling to final while learning the principales of V-Ray along the way.
Learning how to set up global illumination, creating proxies and learning their benefits, V-Ray’s material system and other important aspects of V-Ray which in the end will give you the knowledge to go and create your own realistic renders using V-Ray. [Read more…]

Lynda – V-Ray Control Color Bleed in 3ds Max

Lynda – V-Ray Control Color Bleed in 3ds Max
English | Size: 307.7MB
Category: Tutorial


Duration 1h 12m Project Files Included MP4

Color bleed is a common problem in global illumination (GI) renders, as colors are transferred by means of indirect light reflection. By understanding how light works in the real world, and using 3ds Max and V-Ray to mimic that behavior virtually, you can prevent most color bleed problems. Join Brian Bradley as he demonstrates the causes of-and solutions for-the color bleed that occurs in V-Ray GI renders. Learn how to control color bleed in a physically accurate manner (as you could on a real-world set), and by using GI-specific tools along with other nonphysical controls such as Materials Overrides and the V-Ray Object Properties dialog. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Interior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max

Pluralsight – Interior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max
English | Size: 1.1GB
Category: Tutorial


Interior Rendering with V-Ray can be a challenging task. There are so many ways it can be done, and you can end up not knowing where to go, or why to use a specific tool instead of other. In this course, Interior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max, you will be able to complete an interior render from light to basic post production. First, you’ll learn about combining lights with a HDR file. [Read more…]

3ds max and V-ray for architect. Advanced 3d visualisation

3ds max and V-ray for architect. Advanced 3d visualisation
English | Size: 2.2GB
Category: 3D


This course is going to help you to gain the skill of photorealistic 3d visualization in 3ds Max and V-ray. You’ll learn all the secrets of photorealistic rendering, complex Vray materials and correct postprocessing in Photoshop. You’ll be able to make some special schticks that will speed up your work in several times.
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Introduction to V-Ray for Maya 2011

Introduction to V-Ray for Maya 2011
English | Size: 861 MB
Category: Gracphics


In this series of lessons we will be taking an introductory look at many of the rendering features found in V-Ray for Maya.

Using the V-Ray rendering engine, we can create highly realistic renders inside of Maya, but understanding how to properly use the rendering features of V-Ray is of critical importance. In these lessons we will explore many tools and concepts of V-Ray such as the various methods for simulating global illumination and understanding when each of these methods should be used. We will also look at the specialized V-Ray lights and how to properly use these lights in order to achieve a high degree of realism. We will also learn how to utilize the V-Ray Sun and Sky to create realistic outdoor lighting, we will learn how to utilize some of the specialized V-Ray materials, how to render our images into multiple passes, and exploring many additional rendering features found in V-Ray. [Read more…]