V-Ray 2.0 for 3ds Max – Car Paint Material
VRayCarPaintMtl – Material with accurate flakes simulation
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Credits (in alphabetical order):
Important Looking Pirates
Mr. X Inc
Screen Scene (www.edwardbruce.com, www.screenscene.ie)
Video editing by Chavdar Chernev at Studio Sokerov
V-Ray for SketchUp – Using the water level option to clip geometry – V-Ray Tutorials
The water level option in V-Ray allows you to clip the surface geometry in places where the displacement map value is below the specified threshold. This is useful for clip mapping a displacement map value below which geometry will be clipped. Learn about the water level option in this video tutorial.
Free update to V-Ray for Maya adds CUDA support to V-Ray RT as well as other improvements and bug fixes.
A new service pack for V-Ray for Maya is now available for download at the Chaos Group Downloads page. This is a free update for all V-Ray 2.0 for Maya customers.
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Amazing image from Ciro Sannino who created a vray interior, without gravity, totally inspired by the recent movie “Gravity”.
In this breakdown he explores various aspect of this work following the 5 steps of the 5SRW method to apply photography to V-Ray.
Check out this incredible work > vray interior
Yes, I admit that the first time I heared about I tought it was a joke, but it wasn’t. Ciro Sannino – I must say – for the first time in the (recent) V-Ray workshop “history” had the idea to move his V-Ray Training Center on an MSC luxury boat!
The course was a certified Chaos Group and looking at the pics I think they spent amazing days togheter, studing, exploring, shooting and relaxing. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G :-O
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Here is the ChaosGroup Showreel on V-Ray for 2013.
Kevin Baillie on “Looper”, “Flight” and cloud rendering
Find out how Atomic Fiction created futuristic cityscapes and flying vehicles for the sci-fi film Looper and created the VES award-nominated effects for the film Flight. Learn how the combination of ZYNC cloud rendering and V-Ray helped the team create 400 shots in record time.
25 New Features Target Speed, Lighting and Visualization Quality; 64-Bit Rendering, V-Ray RT for CPU and GPU, Plus Support for SketchUp 2013 Now Available
Sofia, Bulgaria – 16 September 2013 – With today’s launch of Chaos Group’s V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp, the access designers have to faster rendering, better lighting tools, and more detail in complex scenes has reached new heights. It’s the biggest expansion to V-Ray for SketchUp’s rendering capabilities yet, and it’s all thanks to the help of a vast and very dedicated group of beta testers.
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How to create a simple day light setup using V-Ray and Autodesk 3ds Max.
A short video demonstrating the performance of V-Ray RT GPU while setting up shaders. click here
LAUBlab have announced a September release for the next version of V-Ray for Cinema 4D, using the V-Ray 2.45 core.
Check the following feature list published by LAUBlab:
*) marked features that don’t make it into the 1.8 in time will come short time after in smaller updates (1.8.x)
**) the v2.x (V-Ray 3 core) feature set given here from todays perspective. It is most likely to come, but can change. Regular updated info can be found in the official V-RayforC4D support forums:
New UI design, Progressive Production Rendering, Cross-Application Shader Format, and Rendering Speed Improvements Highlight the Artist-Inspired Upgrade
Sofia, Bulgaria – September 4, 2013 – Chaos Group has announced the beta program for V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max – the most complete lighting, shading and rendering toolkit on the market. Everything an artist or full scale production team needs to tackle tight timelines comes standard with V-Ray 3.0. Beta testers will have direct access to the Chaos Group team, which will help make this artist-driven package even more appealing to VFX, arch-viz, and industrial design users in the coming months…
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