Vray Materials with 3ds Max + Vray : The Quickest Way (Updated 11/2021)
Last Update: 11/2021 Duration: 2h 29m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 2.05 GB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Create a Library of Realistic Materials that you can use over and over again in 3ds Max and Vray in under 60 minutes.
What you'll learn: Create realistic materials from scratch Learn the value of systems and how to use them Improve your 3D rendering quality How to use the material editor What is the difference between a material and textures Change the number of material slots How to show a material or texture in the view port How to use the eye dropper tool How to make a chrome, chrome matte and brushed chrome material How to copy a material How to use the Reflective Glossiness How to use a noise map What is a bump map How to make a gold, gold matte and brushed gold material How to make plastic materials What are Fresnel reflections How to color match a material Using bump to add texture How to create a wood materials How to create bump and displacement maps How to create glass frosted and colored glass materials How to create grass, clay and stone materials How to blend together materials How to add logos to glass Organising your material libraries How to use the resource collector
Requirements: We will be using 3ds Max (2016 and up), Vray and Photoshop. A basic understanding of the 3ds Max user interface. If not check out my Introduction To 3ds Max: The Quickest Way Experience in 3D Rendering is a bonus but not essential.
Description: Take the guesswork out of 3D visualisation. UPDATE- Bonus Lectures AddedUPDATE- Studio Scene add in 3ds Max 2014 FormatUPDATE- Opening Materials From Other 3ds Max ScenesUPDATE- Using the Resource Collector in 3ds Max Designed for all levels of 3ds Max and Vray users, you'll learn how to create your own Vray material library. Materials are key to achieve photorealism in your images. In this class we will go through step by step how to create and save realistic materials using Vray in 3ds Max. Here's more detail about what you'll learn in this 3ds Max and Vray Class...