Clay Render for Beginners
Clay render objects in 3ds Max
When you’re just about finished a model in 3ds max, sometimes a quick clay rendering is needed. You might need an early prototype for the model. A clay rendering is very fast (especially compared to Mental Ray or V-Ray, which can take a very long time to render). To set a clay model for rendering, follow the steps below (depending on your version of 3ds max, things might look a bit different).
Creating Clay Render with 3ds max 2010 and Mental Ray
In this 3ds Max 2010 video: we’ll take advantage of mental ray’s ProMaterials to create a nice clay render of the interior scene we’ve been working on. By rendering using the technique shown in this video, we can create a clean and clear render that showcases our work in the best light possible, highlighting the depth and details of our modeling work.
G.I Rendering Techniques
Model presentation is a crucial step for every artist when building their portfolio. In this tutorial you'll learn few techniques for creating a global illumination or "clay" render using 3Ds Max and it's 3 common render engines the scanline renderer, Mental Ray and finally V Ray. You'll also look at implementing additional lights, adding color variation, removing noise, and how to add image based lighting using HDRI images.
Making Clay Renders
This simple tutorail will show you how to create a "clay rander" using your default 3D Studio MAX rendering engine without spending any extra cash for any extra plugins.
Making shaded wireframe rendering
The CG tutorial of how to render shaded clay wireframe with isoline mesh in 3ds max using V-Ray or mental ray renderer, and how to perform its compositing with Photoshop or the 3ds Max only with help of black-and-white gradient mask. Many of the 3d-artists at least once faced the need or desire to make the wireframe rendering. And they asked questions like: How to render wireframe in V-Ray or Mental Ray? How to perform the isoline render? How to make a shaded mesh rendering? How make a post production to a wireframe rendering? These are the questions this tutorial will answer and will show the easy and usable ways of creating model's mesh renderings.
How to render an animation
Many people don’t know how to render an animation in 3ds max, so I will explain you. Its very simple. Open the “Render Setup” and look in “Common” menu. Look in “Common Parameters” and at Time Output. Check the “Range” box and then you can put between what frames do you want to render.
Basic tutorial part 2 - advanced 3ds max
This video tutorial is mainly focused about modeling techniques in 3ds Max and workflow functions. I will try to show you some functions and primitives with which you can start to plan and do your model, explain workflow in 3ds Max and show some tools which you can use for this. I will show hot to model a bulb using a reference, the bulb would be modeled with two different techniques on which you will see the differences in them and also the advantage of each of them, than we will modify one of the bulbs and recreate with other functions. At the end I will do a clay render with smooth and wire surface.
Rendering wireframe using vray
Video Tutorial for beginners. In this tutorial we'll learn how to render wireframe in 3ds Max and V-Ray.
Vray tutorials -Studio & light setup - Part2_Test Render HDRI
Advance V-Ray studio lighting tutorial from www.renderray.com that explains the creation and setup for the studio lighting, and the usage of vray physical cameras within 3d Max. Here in this second part, we will assign vray render, we will adjust the render settings by explaining the parameters to make some test render and we will create an HDRI environment.
Exterior Render - Mental Ray Render
This is a tutorial how to make a exterior lightning and render with mental ray . This scene was modeled in 3D max 7 and rendered with mental ray 3.4, the unit is in meter
Render Effect Scripts
Hello and welcome to my render effects scripts tutorial. Did you know that there are a quite a few render effects scripts that come with 3D Studio Max 6? Well they’re located in the max root folder/scripts/pluginscripts.
V-ray studio lighting tutorial seriesPART6_Fine Tune Render Settings
Advance V-Ray studio lighting tutorial from www.renderray.com that explains the creation and setup for the studio lighting, and the usage of vray physical cameras within 3d Max. Here in this fifth part, we will create some materials and explain the material parameters and we will fine tune the render settings to make a professional render
3d Max 2008 Mental ray exterior light & render setup tutorial
In this video tutorial of www.renderray.com, we will work on the Exterior Light setup, Render settings & HDRI, Environment Effects And Mental Ray Photographic Exposure Control setup to make a realistic and professional render.
Soccer ball rendering tutorial: Mental Ray
I just wanted to post the quick render setup I used with mental ray to render the soccer ball in another tutorial. First you’ll have to change your renderer since 3Ds max is by default using the Scanline renderer. (I think 3Ds max Design has mental ray as their default renderer) To change it just press F10 to open the render setup (rendering>render setup) and scroll that window down to the bottom. Click the plus sign besides “Assign Renderer”.
Lighting and Setting up a Realistic Render with Vray and 3ds Max
In this tutorial you will learn how to lighting and setting up a realistic render with Vray 2.0 and 3ds max 2011, also how to use ies lights, setting lighting with vray sun and vray sky and using vray physical camera, and see how you can set up your render.
Livingroom Lighting and Rendering using Maxwell Renderer
In this tutorial we’ll investigate the render and lightning adjustment for neo-classical room design. At first place, activate the maxwell render and then set the materials in the material editor as maxwell materials.
Creating an Italian Chess Set in Autodesk 3dsmax Part III
This is the third and last part of the "Creating an Italian Chess Set" tutorial with 3dsmax. Before starting to the render process I want to remind you a little clue about the size of your models. Always keep them near to the size of your Grid. It will help you for getting a realistic render. Because all the 3D Models are working on the real world size. After sharing this info we can go through to the render process
Creating a cup of coffee
I decided to go ahead and dive into a complete project creation, from the modeling to the final render in Cycles. On this video you’ll learn some modeling tricks, and how to create simple, and not so simple node materials in the Cycles render engine
How to render a car on top of a background image
In this tutorial we will learn how to render a car or any other object on top of a background image of our choice and how to render a image with HDRI. HDRI stands for high dynamic range imaging. It is basically a image that contains light information and can be used to light up a scene as well as providing reflections. For that purpose we must have a background image and an appropriate HDRI with the same scene light and reflections, or at least similar to our background.
Fast Ambient Occlusion in 3ds Max
Ambient occlusion adds great realism to your renders, but can be bit cumbersome to set up in Max, particular if you’re using a mix of mental ray shaders and standard shaders. You could create an ambient occlusion effect by using lights, but it can be slow to render and tricky to get the right look. So if you want to skip all that, you can simply use a material override in your render options to get the job done – it’s super fast and gives you the added bonus of having the ambient occlusion in a separate pass. As a separate pass you can adjust and manipulate to your heart’s desire without affecting the rest of your render.