Rendering an Architectural Night Scene in v Ray And Photoshop

Rendering an Architectural Night Scene in V-Ray and Photoshop

Rendering an Architectural Night Scene in V-Ray and Photoshop
English | 18 Lessons | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch 128 kbps | 2 hrs 19 min | 1.39 GB
eLearning | Level: Advanced | Software used: Photoshop CS4 and CS5, 3ds Max 2012, V-Ray 2.30, Soul Burn Scripts | +Project Files

Introduction to Character Look Development in V-Ray and Maya  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at April 29, 2016
Introduction to Character Look Development in V-Ray and Maya

Introduction to Character Look Development in V-Ray and Maya
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours 49M | 1.33 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

If you want to create interesting and unique looks for your characters, this course is perfect for you. You'll get in-depth look at Shader look development and lighting in V-Ray and Maya, how to create a look-development asset, and more.
Digital-Tutors - Deep Compositing Techniques in V-Ray and NUKE

Digital-Tutors - Deep Compositing Techniques in V-Ray and NUKE
Size: 1.68GB | Duration: 2h 53m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English

In this V-Ray tutorial, we’ll use deep EXR renders to create a hovercraft landing in a garden area.
Using Exterior Lighting to Create a Night Scene Rendering in Revit

Using Exterior Lighting to Create a Night Scene Rendering in Revit | 625 MB
Software: Revit 2014 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch | 58m 5s
Genre: eLearning | Intermediate | Instructor: Pierre Derenoncourt | February 7, 2014

In this set of tutorials we'll learn how to set up and render an exterior night scene in Revit.We'll get started by adjusting the lighting settings for an external environment with artificial light only. Once we've set the scene we'll explore how to use exterior elements to give the scene a more realistic look and feel. From there, we'll start adding lighting to the interior and also exterior of the model.We'll explore a few lighting tips and techniques that can help elements within your scene glow and pop. By the end of this training you'll be able to work with exterior lighting to design a realistic looking scene with the feel you're trying to replicate.
Creating a Modern-Style Interior Scene in CINEMA 4D and V-Ray

Creating a Modern-Style Interior Scene in CINEMA 4D and V-Ray | 1.30 GB
Software used: CINEMA 4D R12, V-Ray, Photoshop | Resolution: 1280x720(.flv) | Audio: mp3 92 Kbps | Completion Time: 2h 54m
Genre: eLearning | Difficulty: Advanced | Language: English | Instructor: Adam Chase | November 11, 2013

In this series of tutorials we will learn how to create a modern interior creation with CINEMA 4D and V-Ray.In this tutorial we are going to take an in-depth look into V-Ray for CINEMA 4D. We will start by modeling an interior to scale from CAD files, and then proceed to explore all facets of V-Ray for CINEMA 4D. We will learn basic lighting setups, materials, and render settings. Then we will look at additional lighting setups such as HDRI lighting.
In the end we will do post-production to add those last finishing touches using Photoshop.
Stuart Jackson - Post-Producing Your Architectural Visualizations in Photoshop and V-Ray

Stuart Jackson - Post-Producing Your Architectural Visualizations in Photoshop and V-Ray | 2.02GB
Duration: 2h 18m | Video: AVC 1280x720(16:9) 900kbps 15fps | Audio: AAC 128kbps 44.1KHz 2channels
Released: 2013 | Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

In this series of lessons, we will learn post-production techniques using V-Ray and Photoshop.
Digital Tutors: Utilizing Render Elements in V-Ray for Maya 2011

Digital Tutors: Utilizing Render Elements in V-Ray for Maya 2011
FLV | 381 Mb
Genre: eLearning

In this series of lessons we will learn how to gain a very high level of control over our final renders by taking advantage of Render Elements in V-Ray for Maya.
Using Render Elements, we can quickly render our scenes out in multiple passes, which can be re-assembled in an external compositing application. The advantage to rendering in multiple passes is that we gain a much greater level of control over the final image result. This course will teach you how to fully utilize many of the Render Elements available in V-Ray, such as the separation lights, shadows, reflections and highlights into individual passes, as well as how to properly reassemble your passes in an external compositing application. We will also learn how to render specific materials and textures out to their own Render Elements as well as many other topics and workflows designed to help you become a stronger, more efficient rendering artist with V-Ray.

Modern Developments in X-Ray and Neutron Optic [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at March 20, 2016
Modern Developments in X-Ray and Neutron Optic [Repost]

Modern Developments in X-Ray and Neutron Optics by Alexei Erko
English | 14 Apr. 2008 | ISBN: 3540745602 | 534 Pages | PDF | 34 MB

This volume describes modern developments in reflective, refractive and diffractive optics for short wavelength radiation. It also covers recent theoretical approaches to modelling and ray-tracing the x-ray and neutron optical systems.

Creating a Low Poly Poster in Cinema 4D and Photoshop  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by C2U at Jan. 23, 2016
Creating a Low Poly Poster in Cinema 4D and Photoshop

Pluralsight - Creating a Low Poly Poster in Cinema 4D and Photoshop
1h 31m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1.12GB
Genre: eLearning | English

The low-poly look is exploding right now and everybody wants to experiment with this trend.
Pluralsight - Changing Seasons in After Effects and Photoshop (2015) [repost]

Pluralsight - Changing Seasons in After Effects and Photoshop (2015)
MP4 | AVC 1037kbps | English | 1280x720 | 15fps | 57 mins | AAC stereo 67kbps | 714 MB
Genre: Video Training

In this After Effects and Photoshop tutorial, we'll learn how to transition between seasons by making a spring-time park into fall. We'll start off by giving the shot a golden hue using a matte and an adjustment layer. We'll then paint colored leaf elements in Photoshop before bringing them back in After Effects to track the trees so we can get the leaf layers moving with the pan. We'll finish off the shot by adding some more orange leaves with a adjustment layer and a mask using tracking data. In the end of this After Effects and Photoshop training, you'll have created colorful fall foliage out of a scene that was shot in the spring. Software required: After Effects CC, Photoshop CC.