Brushed metal 3dsmax

Create Brushed Metal with Vray in 3DS Max

By: Johannes Tiner Time to make some nice brushed metal with Vray inside of 3ds max! Keep in mind that the transform size settings i’m using on the bercon noise will most likely not work for you so you will need to tweak that a bit 🙂 The shader can be downloaded at Bercon […]

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How to populate your render seamlessly – Post Pro Tutorial by Horoma

Awesome tutorial that offers Horoma on his website. Please visit the site: Speaks of how insert people in post-production in your scenes. Super detailed, explaining pros and cons, in short, a great tutorial.   The project The project is a photography school in the port area of Nantes. It was designed by student Pauline Personeni […]

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Matte painting tutorial

Didier Konings: The Abandoned City From Artstation Didier Konings is the talented Lead Digital Matte Painter at Aaron Sims Company. His movie credits include: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Wonder Woman, Hidden, The Space Between Us, and Star Track. In this tutorial Didier walks you through his process for creating a matte painting from […]

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Creating Complex Wall Shaders in 3DS Max & V-Ray

By Denis Keman •October 7, 2015 3DS Max, Texturing, Vray When working on a interior scene one of the most obvious, yet most skipped thing when it comes to shading is the walls of the room. What i mean by this is simply that people usually go and choose a color for the wall and […]

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Making of The House is empty now from Andrei Mikhalenko

INTRO My name Andrei Mikhalenko. I am leading artist and Co-founder  of  IDDQD studio based in Minsk. Today I show the process of creation my latest work “The House is empty now” IDEA All works start from idea. And never know from where it’s may come. Idea for this work I found in my “INSPIRATION” folder, […]

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FREE Vray Tutorial – Vray rollouts: a basic overview

From Rollouts in different tabs! Since Vray 3.0, the position of the rollouts have been changed. Users coming from V-ray 2.4 or lower will need some time to adjust! As you can see in the image below, there are 3 tabs that belong to Vray: Vray Indirect illumination Settings Basic – advanced – expert […]

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30 VRAY TIPS PART1 (Spanish) by Pedro Jesús Caballero

Great series of vray tutorials about this 3d spanish artist. The idea is to have a good batch of small grants that we can put into practice in the following tutorials with more complex and funny scene. This new tutorial is the first part of the third block Interior lighting in V–ray. 9 tips for […]

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11 ways to transform ARCH-VIZ RENDERS in Photoshop | 3D

Speed up your workflow and create better visualisations with these expert arch-viz tips. Architectural visualisation is a fast-growing industry. Just by looking at sites such as, it’s clear there are many companies and individuals offering their services. As with all industries, there are some excellent companies out there, producing outstanding visualisations; but there’s an […]

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Adán Martin interview & channel

This week , we open a new section in our blog, this section is dedicated to video tutorials in Spanish conducted by Adán Martin This is our interview with Adán:

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How to manage big scenes in 3d Max

Great tutorial about how to manage big scenes. We all know how difficult it is to handle a large project. Often we don´t have a powerful computer to handle large scenes, this tutorial of Alexey Kondratev explains how. Art. Director of Ravelin3D – Alexey Kondratev is kind enough to share CG Record the Article about How […]

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Vray Studio Lightning tutorial

Create a shape like the following with the line tool. Fillet the two vertices as shown.   Make the line enable in renderer and viewport, select rectangular as its type and adjust the length value.   Create a primitive or import your own model. Here, a Torus Knot has been created.   Press F10 or […]

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