- Detailing during pre-render and during post-render
- Setting up scenes and composition
- Beveling and topology
- Adding life to a scene
- Using the 3ds Max cloth-simulation engine
- Adding depth with displacement
- Setting up colors and palettes
- Using complex shaders
- Correcting color temperature
- Lighting and shadows
- Rendering passes
- Adding effects, grain, and noise
- Adding chromatic aberration
Skill Level Intermediate
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Using the exercise files2m 53s
1. Pre-Render Modeling Techniques
2. Pre-Render Object Details
3. Pre-Render Cloth Techniques
4. Pre-Render Material Techniques
5. Pre-Render Lighting Techniques
6. Post-Render Compositing Techniques
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