Wednesday, October 15, 2008
VRay for 3ds Max: What is it and how it works.
VRay is the engine that makes your scene looks realistic. It is the magic that makes it look really great. It is the final touch of your amazing render.
But in order to make this magic work – it, of course, must be mastered.
While I was looking for ways to make my renders to look better, I mostly ran into the "read and do" tutorials. They guide you through the settings step by step but don't really explain what each of the settings and buttons actually do. Now don't get me wrong, these tutorials are great and usually work for me, but at times I felt really frustrated for not getting a more detailed explanation about how things work on a deeper level.
So I kept digging and searching for something to give me a true knowledge about this engine.
And you know what? I found what I was looking for.
I found two sites that give you a full explanation about how the VRay engine works.
The first one is VRayElite where Joe Pizzini gives an overview on all the settings. If you click the images you will find an official VRay manual with ALL the theoretical info.
Another site is Aversis where everything is explained in a very simple and understandable language. The writer also gives you some useful tips for the effective usage of these.
On both of these sites you will find some wonderful "read and do" tutorials.
Don't skip them.
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