Don’t you wish Vray Next had the Batch Render button? Nothing feels better than having a bunch of scenes render overnight while you sleep like a baby. Well, you’re in luck today because I’m going to tell you how to batch render on Vray Next with just a couple of clicks. It’s not as simple as a single button click, but it is very quick and simple nonetheless.
Having a studio Background with Studio lighting is really handy if you want to show off a product. Whether you do jewelry design, wood working, furniture design, or just want to render a cool model of a futuristic car just for fun. This is for you.
This video details the Post Production process of the render we produced in a previous video. We start off by changing the Sky + Background and then we go in and fix certain objects. After all is done we add in a few finishing touches in the form of Color Filters and a Depth of Field effect.
In this video, I’ll be walking you through an Interior Modeling and Rendering workflow of a simple reading nook and hopefully you can leave here with a few tips and tricks up your sleeve to improve your own workflow and create stunning interiors. The Grass itself though, only shows up when using VRay's Interactive Render so you can edit it to your liking and then produce a final render with the results you want. This makes the process of landscaping less lag-gy and very easy to control.
VRay Fur widget acts very much like a Proxy widget. It adds a simple weightless placeholder instead of thousands of blades of grass. The Grass itself though, only shows up when using VRay's Interactive Render so you can edit it to your liking and then produce a final render with the results you want. This makes the process of landscaping less lag-gy and very easy to control.
How to create your own Chipped Paint Material on Metal using the Paint and Metal of your Choice
How to create your own Chipped Paint Material on Wood using the Paint and Wood of your Choice
Today’s video is going to be a bit lite; it’s a regular speed modeling video as you can tell from the title; but I wanted to talk about a subject that isn’t so light.
In this video we'll go over the process of converting a component into a VRay render-ready Proxy in just 4 easy steps.
There's something about a bright cheery scene with sunlight filtering in; but if you just set up a scene with a window and no other light sources and hit render, it'll come out dark and unpleasant. In this video, I'll show you how to set up VRay Sun, Environment, and a few Background/Hidden lights, step by step and in detail.