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This course introduces the features of the V-Ray 2.0 rendering engine and demonstrates how to extend the range of Maya with its state-of-the-art tools, such as irradiance mapping, fur and hair textures and shaders, and stereoscopic 3D rendering. The course covers critical concepts such as creating basic materials, image sampling, color mapping, subdivs, and lighting, as well as the Render Elements, RT, and physical rendering workflows in V-Ray. Exercise files are included with the course.
We've come then to the end of our V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Essential Training. But your education doesn't need to stop here; Lynda.com offers lots of great courses that can help you continue growing your rendering skills. Foundations of Photography: Exposure can really help you master the V-Ray physical camera bringing your lighting skills to a whole new level. Maya 2011 Lighting and Rendering with Mental Ray can help you explore the workflows available in other powerful ray trace renders available inside Maya. There are also lots of great communities online where people are helping each other use uses render engines for daily production tasks.
One great resource for V-Ray users is the forums hosted by Chaos Group themselves, found at chaosgroup.com/forums. You can also learn more about Autodesk products like Maya by going to area.autodesk.com. Well thanks for watching this course I certainly hope that it has inspired you to use the V-Ray Renderer to create your own works of art and who knows may be I will be seeing your rendered images on film, in print and on the web in the not too distant future. Take care and bye for now.
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