V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max
Day & Night Interior Workflows for Parametric Designs, Volume 2
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Revitalize your architectural visualizations by bringing new levels of realism to your day and night interior scenes. This book features full-color, step-by-step tutorials to develop a firm understanding of the processes and techniques involved in creating jaw dropping 3d visualizations for top marketing agencies.
This second volume includes day and night lighting of an atrium scene, using seasoned tools and techniques to deploy VRay-5 and 3ds Max 2020. It has never been quicker and easier to create industry’s top of the range 3d marketing visuals.
The book starts with an overview of the best techniques to approach clients via emails, calls, meetings and via social media. There are also key insights into the best practises of handling projects, pricing, contracts, invoices, the pre-production, production, the post-production, etc.
The subsequent step takes users through the installation of V-Ray 5, and the process of accessing the V-Ray Material browser dialog.
Throughout the book users are taken through VRayMtl functions such as, the Diffuse, Roughness, Reflect, Glossiness, Metalness, Refract, IOR, Abbe number, Fog color, Translucency, BRDF, Coat, Sheen, Bump, etc.
Users will also learn how to use procedural maps such as, VRayBitmap, VRayTriplanarTex, Bricks, Metals, Carpaint, VRayDisplacementMod, VRayUVWRandomizer, VRayMultiSubTex, VRayPointCloudColor, VRayDirt, VRayAerialPersepective, VRayLightMtl, VRayMtlWrapper, VRayOverrideMtl, VRay2SidedMtl, VRayBlendMtl, VRayEdgesTex, etc.
Users will have a rare insight into all functionalities of a V-Ray camera, VRayLight objects, Render settings, Frame buffer, Global switches, IPR options, Bucket and Progressive image samplers, Image filters, Global DMC, Color mapping, Brute force GI, Light cache, Color management, Distributed rendering, Render elements, V-Ray image file format, VFB History settings, VFB Lens Effects, LightMix, Film tonemap, Hue/Saturation, Lookup Table, and much more.
Finally, users will embark on the amazing journey of utilizing the previous chapters to create eye catching 3d marketing visuals through the meticulous of process of pre-production, production and post-production of both day and night scenes/lighting. The tips and tricks section will extensively cover key sections about Verified views for planning applications, Parametric modelling with AdvArray, anima®, project manager plug-in, Verge3d, Webrotate 360, Accucities 3d city models, and much more.
Table of Contents
Chapter 01 Using Resource files
Chapter 02 Creating Materials & Shaders in V-Ray 5
Chapter 03 Cameras & Lighting in V-Ray
Chapter 04 Rendering in V-Ray
Chapter 05 Tips & Tricks
Chapter 06 anima® from AXYZ design®
Chapter 07 Daylight Scene Pre-Production
Chapter 08 Scene, Camera and Lights
Chapter 09 Materials and Final Render
Chapter 10 Post-Production of the Daylight scene
Chapter 11 Night Scene Pre-Production
Chapter 12 Lighting/Rendering of a Night scene
Chapter 13 Post-Production of the Night scene
Chapter 14 Verified Views for planning applications
Jamie Cardoso is a renowned Author, Reviewer, Computer artist and technologist, with years of experience in creating state-of-the-art 3d photomontages, verified views, VR, AR, XR, MR, Stereos, photorealistic interior and exterior visualizations for architects and designers.
In collaboration with well-established marketing/design agencies and visualization companies, he has helped create iconic buildings and spaces such as the Gherkin, the Shard, the Welsh Assembly, 107 Cheapside, Heron Tower, Jaguar headquarters, Asos, Virgin cruise ship, One Hyde Park, Google, Battersea power station development and many more.
Much of Jamie's work and contributions have been featured in books and magazines such as, Area Autodesk, 3D World, CG Society, TutsPlus, CG Architect, Evermotion, Chaos Group and Udemy, to name but few. Jamie also co-authored two successful books entitled: Realistic Architectural Visualization with 3ds Max and mental ray. And most recently, a new book with Taylor & Francis, entitled: 3D Photorealistic Rendering: Interiors and Exteriors with V-Ray & 3Ds Max. In his spare time (whenever that is), he shares some of my knowledge with users, by posting free step-by-step-tutorials in this blog, YouTube channel, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and twitter.
To connect with him, simply google: jamie cardoso