3ds Max features advanced tools for photometric lighting. Learn how to light and render photorealistic exteriors and interiors in this course.
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Learn current industry techniques for creating digital matte painting for features films, from DreamWorks artist Danny Janevski.
Master features of the V-Ray 3.0 rendering engine and learn how to extend the range of 3ds Max with V-Ray's state-of-the-art tools, such as progressive sampling, skin and hair shaders, and stereoscopic 3D rendering.
Learn to combine basic materials to create advanced material networks and use mental ray subsurface scattering (SSS) materials in Maya.
Learn how to visualize your designs—buildings, furniture, landscapes, and more—before they are built with 3ds Max.
Learn to design, model, and render a detailed cityscape with Illustrator and Maya.
Learn to design and model a city from almost any era, with Illustrator (or any other vector drawing program) and 3ds Max.
Learn how to light and render the exterior of a building with 3ds Max, and composite the final scene in Nuke and After Effects.
Learn how to render the exterior of a building with both day and night lighting rigs using Maya, and composite the final scene in Nuke and After Effects.
Learn how to replicate three unique lighting setups for the inside of any building in 3ds Max, including daylight, dusk, and night shots.
Learn how to replicate three unique lighting setups for a fully detailed modern office lobby in Maya, starting with direct daylight.
Covers all the key aspects of V-Ray, the powerful rendering plug-in for Maya.
Covers the basics of rendering and lighting tools in Maya.
Shows how to master practical mental ray techniques for rendering models created in Maya.
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