Join Brian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Software versions in use, part of V-Ray: Control Color Bleed in SketchUp.
- [Instructor] One piece of information that can be good to know when watching through or working along with a course such as this, is the software versions that are being used. In this instance, in order to keep our training here as accessible and open to as wide an audience as possible, we have stuck with using SketchUp 2015 and V-Ray Advance for SketchUp 2.0.26579. It would be good to keep in mind then, that whilst the basic principles contained in the course will apply not only to earlier and later version of both V-Ray and SketchUp, the specific steps required in order to achieve the results that you see in the videos may differ quite significantly, particularly so if you are an artist who is currently testing the public beta of V-Ray Three for SketchUp.
- How light works
- The basics of color bleed
- Controlling reflectance using color values
- Setting up geometry with color bleed in mind
- Adjusting white balance
- Placing problem colors carefully
- Adjusting saturation
- Working with the GI Multiplier control
- Saving GI map files to disk
- Mapping colors
- Using VFB channels