When it comes to architectural visualization, knowing how to render interiors is key. This course covers the best strategies for successfully rendering interiors in order to have a realistic scene, as efficiently as possible. Software required: 3ds Max and Photoshop CC.
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. Next, you'll explore how to import downloaded materials. Finally, you'll wrap up the course by adding displacement to geometry. When you're finished with this V-Ray course, you'll not only have a complete interior scene that is portfolio-ready, but you will also know how to apply the rendering skills you see here in your own projects in the future. Software required: 3ds Max and Photoshop CC.
Verena is a Design graduate. Today she has more than 6 years of teaching experience, and does a lot of freelance work in the architectural visualization area, as well as graphic design.
She's currently living in Salvador, Brazil working mainly as a freelancer.
Hi everyone, and welcome to Interior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3ds Max. My name is Verena Tatiana, I am a Freelance designer with over 6 years of experience working with 3D, and I’ll be your guide in this course.
Interior rendering with V-Ray is a very important skill to have in many fields, but knowing how to use and combine all the different options and settings can be quite challenging some times. In this course, we are going to develop a complete interior from lighting the scene to a basic post production.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
Combining lights with a HDR file
Importing downloaded materials
Adding displacement to geometry
By the end of this course you will have a knowledge of how to work through a rendering pipeline.
Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Basic V-ray and Basic Photoshop.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn 3d Rendering with the Interior Rendering Strategies with V-Ray and 3DS Max course, at Pluralsight.