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Udemy – 3Ds Max & Vray workshop for Architects
Udemy – 3Ds Max & Vray workshop for Architects
Udemy – 3Ds Max & Vray workshop for Architects
Duration 1h 30m Project Files Included MP4

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What you’ll learn
Building up a complete Architectural project with landscaping
Setting up the best Vray render parameters
How to use and apply different type of light
Applying textures professionally
How to manage and merge 3D models to the scene

Requirements
3Ds Max 2018 or higher, any version of Vray Render, Any version of Autocad.
This course for intermediate level trainers so you need to know the basics of 3Ds Max and Vray Render.
Description
Many Architecture students and 3D designers who have started working on 3Ds Max can’t create a realistic scene when it comes to working on a complete Architectural project since they still can’t set the right materials, lighting and render parameters in the right way. If you have one of these problems, this course is ideal for you. This course was designed and prepared carefully to be your guide for your future projects.

We will work together on one of my real projects using 3ds Max and Vray render. You will learn the efficient tips I used and the steps to follow which will significantly reduce project worktime. I will also explain every tool that we need to convert 2D plans into a realistic 3D model. We will learn how to set lights, materials and vray parameters to get a high quality render. I compacted the course’s video times to deliver information in less than 2 hours. This course will keep updated and developed frequently to make sure it covers all of your needs.

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