Udemy – Introduction To Vray in 3ds Max : The Quickest Way

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2019-03-8
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Udemy – Introduction To Vray in 3ds Max : The Quickest Way

Udemy – Introduction To Vray in 3ds Max : The Quickest Way

Learn the essential tools of Vray. Lighting, HDR, IES, Cameras, Materials and Render Settings in Vray with 3ds Max

What you'll learn

Understand the basic foundations need to use Vray in 3ds Max
Build upon the skills learned to create photo realistic images
What Global Illumination Is
The Vray Interface and Setup
Lighting with HDRI
Lighting with IES
Lighting with Vray Sun and Sky
Vray Light Lister
Vray Cameras
Exposure Control
White Balance
Auto Tilt
Camera Focal Lengths
Render Set Ups
Vray Render Elements
Vray Material Setup

Requirements

We will be using 3ds Max (2016 and up)

Description

Designed for beginner users of Vray, or if you want to refresh your skills in this class you'll learn how to use Vray effectively to achieve photo realistic results in your 3D renders. You will learn the useful techniques used in Vray and 3ds Max to create amazing images.

Introduction To Vray : The Quickest Way

This is the start of your journey. In this course I am going to walk you step by step through how to use Vray within 3ds Max effectively and quickly.

It's great to have you here. I LOVE 3D RENDERING ESPECIALLY VRAY!

In this class we will learn:

1. How to Download and Install Vray, 3ds Max and Photoshop
2. How to switch to the Vray Interface
3. How to Create Your First Photo Realistic Render
4. What Global Illumination is and How To Use It
5. How to Create a Vray Lighting Demo Scene
6. Why To Use a Vray Plane
7. How To Use the Vray Sun
8. How To Use Vray HDRI to Light Your Scene
9. How To Create the Vray Interior Scene
10. How To Use Vray IES Lights
11. How To Use the Vray Light Lister
12. Camera Types
13. Camera Focal Lengths
14. Camera Exposures
15. Camera White Balance
16. Camera Auto Tilt
17. Camera Depth Of Field
18. Animating Cameras
19. How To Make Vray Materials
20. How To Create Vray Render Elements
21. How To Use Vray Render Elements in Post Production

What makes me qualified to teach you?

10 PRIVATE JETS - 15 SUPER YACHTS - 11 AWARDS - 100+ PUBLICATIONS,
3D ARTIST MAGAZINE EXPERT PANEL

These are just a few projects I have worked on, not to mention the hotels, cars, apartments and homes. I have spent the last 10 years figuring out how to make world class renders. I did this through a Bachelors and a Masters of Arts from Universities in the UK, working for some of the best design teams in places like Monaco, USA and UK. You can get all my knowledge . Seriously, I will teach you the most important things that will get you making remarkable 3D images.

My Promise to You I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message. I want to make this the best course on how to get started with 3ds Max. So if there is any way I can improve this course, just tell me and I'll make it happen.

Knowing 3ds Max is a great skill to have that is in demand and highly marketable. These are the exact steps I use to deliver remarkable work to dream clients. I've landed many jobs with the skills that I teach you in this course.

With a 30-day 100% money back guarantee, there is nothing holding you back from jumping in right now and trying the course out.

Go ahead and click the enrol button, and I'll see you in lesson 1!

Cheers,

Jake

Who this course is for:

Interior Designers, Architects, 3D Generalists
3D Visualization Artists, 3D Artists, 3Ds Max and Vray Users
Anyone new to Vray

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