Vray is one of the best renderers you will find if you're trying to create extremely photorealistic 3D images. It is a render plugin originally for 3D Studio Max, but currently also available for Maya and Rhinoceros 3D.
In this post, we want to showcase 30 aversis VRay Rendering Materials Tutorials are all for the 3D Studio Max version around for levels covering modeling, materials, lighting and animation in 3DSMax step-by-step walkthroughs for some of the most common rendering tasks. Some of the tutorials also demonstrate specific usage of VRay's features 3DS Max.
how to get cool render with 3ds max and Vray in 30 minutes, using vray lighting vray camera and basic post production to have a realistic render,
This is a free introduction of a free course that covers all the steps from interior lighting with V-Ray, camera exposure settings, photorealisti material creation and fine tuning, renderer settings and post production with Adobe Photoshop and Camera Raw.
Learn how to make some cool custom lights in Vray with this new by Johannes Tiner.
This tutorial is all about rendering glass and liquid in V-ray. It's quite basic, but even for experienced users there might be some useful tips and tricks! V-ray version 3.0 was used to create this tutorial. You will probably be able to follow along even with older versions, but some screenshots may vary, or some settings may changed place or will have a slightly different effect on image quality.
In this tutorial you will learn how easy it is to create Vray HDRI light
Learn how to setup a basic lighting scene with Vray inside of 3DS Max 2014
In this VRay material tutorial for 3Ds Max we will run through the VRayMtl material settings, the most commonly used material, and get a feel for what options affect the material in what ways.
This seemed like a perfect opportunity to create a tutorial on HDRI lighting in VRay.
Learn how to quickly setup Vray HDRI Lighting in 3DS Max 2014
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