5SRW | V-RAY per SketchUp

Il corso 5SRW è progettato per portare a qualsiasi studente dalle basi, a partire dai primi concetti, fino a situazioni più complesse sia in termini di illuminazione che di materiali. Le lezioni sono progressivamente strutturate per facilitare l’apprendimento, utilizzando V-Ray per SketchUp.

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Introduzione

01 V-RAY INTERFACE

Approach to the V-Ray Interface

 

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02 RENDER SETTINGS

Explore the two main ways to render with V-Ray

03 V-RAY SUN & CAMERA

Learn how simple is adding a sun and a camera in a scene

04 V-RAY LIGHTS

The light sources that we will use working on the scenes

05 LIGHT HIERARCHY

Built the first light hierarchy using three sources

06 V-RAY FRAME BUFFER

Fix overexposurers with V-Ray Frame Buffer

07 V-RAY IES

How V-Ray IES works

08 V-RAY MATERIALS

Start creating V-Ray Materials from the scratch

09 V-RAY HDRI

How to light with HDRl maps

10 COLOR MAPPING

Understand the Color Mapping

Chapter 01

11 70s STYLE START

First Light Balance and exposure settings

12 MATERIALS

Shiny and opaque reflections / Fresnel concept

13 DEPTH OF FIELD

How to master DOF – Depth of field

14 POST-PRODUCTION

Photoshop techniques for vintage effects

Chapter 02

15 PHYSICS SIMULATION

Place objects randomly using an interesting script

16 HDRI & REFLECTIONS

Use HDRI to create nice reflections on small objects

17 FINAL RENDER

Photoshop filters to create amazing bump maps

Chapter 03

18 LIGHT BALANCE / SPOTS

SpotLights and VRaylights for complex light balance

19 FLOOR GENERATOR

How to create/model a photorealistic floor using a script

20 A – CURTAINS & LIGHT

Simulate the sun passing through the curtain

20 B – CARPETS WITH V-RAY FUR

How to easily create a carpet with V-Ray Fur

21 POST-PRODUCTION

The ‘Sandwich’ technique to control overexposures in Photoshop

Chapter 04

22 LIGHT BALANCE / IES

Mix natural with artificial IES ligh, using the hierarchies

23 A – MATERIALS

How an emissive material works, in comparison with the V-Ray Mesh Light

23 B – LIGHT BALANCE / IES

Simulate a realistic calm water, with little movements

23 C – MATERIALS

How to use reflections map to increase the amount of details and realism

24 A – AMBIENT OCCUSION

How to enable and use the Ambient Occlusion pass

24 B – POST-PRODUCTION

How to composite a double AO layers with Photoshop

Chapter 05

25 EXTERIOR LIGHTING

Light balance in exterior and highlight Burn analysis

26 MATERIALS

Creating materials could be easier if we use the interactive render

27 A – RENDER ELEMENTS

How to create and use the render elements for a post-production

27 B – POST-PRODUCTION

It’s the magical moment of the day, when the sun is close to the horizon

Chapter 06

28 LIGHT BALANCE / NATURAL

Realistic natural light with V-Ray Sun and Curtains

29 MATERIALS

Traslucency: VRay2Sided Materials and VRay SSS2

30 A – FINAL RENDER

Let’s create another shot with the depth of field effect

30 B – WHITE BALANCE

Let’s carry out an advanced white balance technique

31 NIGHT LIGHTING

Change the illumination from a daylight render to night mood

Chapter 07

32 LIGHT BALANCE / EXTERIOR

Photographic composition and night balance (exterior) – 15:29

33 MATERIALS

How to improve the contrast of your textures

34 FINAL & POST

Light & Shade and more techniques to improve your final outcame

Chapter 08

35 LIGHT BALANCE / NIGHT

Learn how to take advantage of a V-Ray dome light + Sky map combination

36 MATERIALS

How to recreate a water material to simulate a quiet and uniform sea

37 FINAL & POST

Fad, Proglow and Vignetting techniques with Photoshop

Chapter 09

38 LIGHT BALANCE / STUDIO

How to build a studio-type lighting for photography

39 MATERIALS

How to manage complex materials with simplicity

40 FINAL & POST

How to add nice lens effect using V-Ray’s power

Chapter 10

41 DNA – INTRO & CONCEPTS

Handle V-Ray Camera, Lights and spaces for lighintg schemes – 4:23

42 DNA – DAYLIGHT LOFT

SCENE – Daylight Loft, VRayportal for natural light (Lighting Template)

43 DNA – MAGIC ROOM

SCENE – Use VRayLens to get the magic into ‘Magic Room’ (Lighting Template)

44 DNA – LAKE HOUSE

SCENE – How a simple VRayDome + VRaySKy can create the magic ‘Lake House’ (Lighting Template)

45 DNA – BLACK & WHITE

SCENE – VRaySun + Portal + IES + VRayLight in Black&White interior (Lighting Template)

46 DNA – ART ROOM

SCENE – VraySphere Light and IES in Art Room (Lighting Template)

47 DNA – CARAVAGGIO STYLE

SCENE – Use VRaySun multipler for Caravaggio Style (Lighting Template)

48 DNA – BONILLA LIGHT

SCENE – Natural and bright light in Bonilla Lighting (Lighting Template)

49 DNA – WINTER VILLA

SCENE – Dusk lighting in exteriors (Lighting Template)

50 DNA – AIRPORT CONCEPT

SCENE – Use this complex lighting for big spaces like an airport (Lighting Template)