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  1. Hello Everyone, Checkout this New Tutorial on how to generate proxies, with 3ds max and Vray. Proxies often help users navigate through heavy scenes and render complex objects very fast. This tutorial takes users through the process of creating and understanding its amazing functionalities. This Video is a small part of an extensive 2 Hours New Course I've recently created on my blog, and for my Patreon supporters. It's entitled: 3ds Max & Vray: 3d Visualizer handbook to Interior daylight renders Projects files and Resources are available for download: https://jamiecardoso-mentalray.blogspot.com/2018/10/3ds-max-vray-3d-visualizer-handbook-to.html The videos are full HD (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) and with custom captions/subtitles. You can stream the videos from your mobile (enable full HD and CC). Or download to watch them from your computer (VLC media player allows users to load captions/subtitles) . In addition, you will get a 24/7 support (Q&A) about the course. I hope you like it. Kind Regards Jamie
  2. How much money an average sized and top notch 3d visualization company can make in general? Needed to ask this question as I am about to start a new business and need to prepare a proper business model and some solid points for pitching the idea to investors. Any help or idea is highly appreciated.
  3. Studio/Institution: RRezende Arquitetura Client: A Just Married Couple Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max 2015 + vray 3.0 Description: Hi! I'm new here and this is my first thread. I'm worked on rendering on sketchup for few years (3-4) and now I've been studying vray for Max for 5 months. I'lll be very appreciated with your comments and feedback. This image don't have any post-production.
  4. hi, Am using 3ds max 2016, v-ray 3.20.03, it was working fine before, i re-installed it today and am getting black screen while rendering. i used the same file which i worked on before re installing v- ray but still am facing the same problem please help
  5. Studio/Institution: Sporadic Studio Genre: Commercial Interior Software: 3ds max, vray, photoshop Website: http://www.sporadicstudio.com/ Description: Hi, here is my recent wip works, i hope you like it. At this stage, i am still thinking of how to get rid of the HDRI horizontal bottom black issue, any idea?
  6. Hi All, EASYSKETCH is in Beta and coming soon! If you need to plan kitchens as part of you interior viz project take a look at my up coming kitchen design plugin for SketchUp. EASYSKETCH features over 1000 cabinets based on manufacturer data. Change door styles, handles, worktops and cabinet colours easily from the easy-to-use GUI. Take a look at our preview video at http://www.easysketch.co.uk and sign up for early access.
  7. Hi just looking for some advice and insight. What render times (per single frame at 1280 x 720) should I be aiming to achieve for an interior animation using 3ds Max Vray?
  8. Studio/Institution: freelance work Client: personnal project Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsMax, Photoshop. Website: http://www.philippecv.carbonmade.com Description: Hi Everyone! I am new to this website, this is my first post. My name is Philippe, and here are some of the renders I am currently working on, in my spare times (I work full time as a 3d artist) The first images are the latest, I have more images but I am not at home so I will post some more later, let me know what you think! Thank you
  9. Hi all, I'm creating a large supermarket interior/exterior scene and I'm getting a problem with a grey or fogged effect on some frames of a camera animation. See screen grabs at http://forums.cgarchitect.com/71371-grey-fogged-frames-lighting-problem.html I've been trying lots of things to solve it and I've narrowed it down to something to do with too many objects in the scene. In the supermarket there's obviously lots of aisles, if I turn all or some off, hey presto the problem frames are fine. Can anyone help or a least hazard a guess at why its happening? Cheers, Anth
  10. Studio/Institution: inspire studio. Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds Max, VRay, Photoshop Website: http://www.inspirestudios.in Description: Hello friends, this is my first post in this forum. Presently I am working on this "Studio House" project, its a personal learning project and I am trying to figure out ways of achieving realistic lighting through VRay. I hope you guys give me some suggestions and critics and help me understand the world of Lighting in CGI. ---- Thank you! Tanay Pathak
  11. hi, i'm an interior designer using sketch up for fast concepts and visualization. Before I used photoshop and piranesi for my concept drawings. so I thought it was on time to try a real render tool such as maxwell renderer. Maxwell seemed to me quite easy so I tried the standalone version. so I post my first work here. i had some problems with the rendering, it took such along time 5 days with SL 25 and there are still a lot of noises. But I hope you'll like it anyway. [ATTACH=CONFIG]47363[/ATTACH]
  12. Studio/Institution: the freelancer 3d studio Client: owner Genre: Residential Interior Software: sketchup 8, vray & photoshop Website: http://www.thefreelancer3d.blogspot.com Description: hi to all...this is my new project for residential in malaysia.c/c are welcome...
  13. Studio/Institution: Guangzhou Frontop Digital Techology Co., Ltd. Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3d max Website: http://www.frontop.com Description: Hey, this is our new office glance. We'll move into it in Dec. In order to let us know the new office environment in advance, our designer drew up the office 3d rendering. It's an expecting office. Looking forward to working in it. [ATTACH=CONFIG]45433[/ATTACH]
  14. Studio/Institution: personal work Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max 2011 + vray Description: Hope u like it! c&c are welcome!
  15. Studio/Institution: Virtuark Client: Independent architect Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max 2009,vray,CS3 Website: http://virtuark.blogspot.com/ Description: Here's another interior detail, comments welcome greetings. http://virtuark.blogspot.com/ http://cursosdefotorrealismo.blogspot.com/
  16. Studio/Institution: propiopixel Client: alms arquitectos Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dmax, vray 1.5, photoshop Website: http://www.propiopixel.com Description: Hello, I want to show, this is another job for the same client, but in another building.
  17. Studio/Institution: Freelance Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds Max, vray, Photoshop Description: Just sitting ideal and i thought of a small n warm n glowing room for me....so just took paper n pen....n then the Mouse .....and create this lil room for myself pls do hav a look at it any C&C are welcomed and appreciated A Chormated Life .....welll life is chromated like shining metal...it glits n shine....it depends on our perspective how we look at it cuz Shine n Happiness r directly proportional to the way we look at it
  18. Studio/Institution: Ibi Group/Daniel Arbour Genre: Commercial Interior Software: 3ds Max, V-ray Description: I'd always wanted to do water
  19. Studio/Institution: LianHe Graphic Design Client: around the world Genre: Residential Interior Software: photoshop cs3, 3d max, vray etc. Website: http://www.china-render.com Description: a hotel that we made, share with u guys.
  20. Studio/Institution: Is not a commercial work Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3d Studio max / Vray Description: I'd like to post my experimental work to receive opnions, and share my experience... thanks
  21. Studio/Institution: digivisión Client: Carlos Barrera & Linda Cuenca de Barrera Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds Max + V-Ray Website: http://digivisionblog.blogspot.com Description: Hello everybody. This is an interior design project I made for a newlywed couple. The have a 62 m2 (667 sqft) apartment and they wanted to maximize space usage. The images show the kitchen-pantry-studio cabinet & counter design to differenciate areas within a single space, providing good storage room. Lighting and ceiling configurations help create different ambiences. Opinions are welcome. Federico [ATTACH=CONFIG]42750[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]42756[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]42754[/ATTACH]
  22. Studio/Institution: Digital Construction Limited. Client: Form 3 Architect. Genre: Industrial Interior Software: 3d Studio Max, Photoshop Description: Motel at Sent Martin Island Bangladesh.
  23. Studio/Institution: Freelance Genre: Residential Interior Software: Max 2009 64bit, Vray 2, PS5 Description: Hi all, This is my second post. In this scene i try to improve my skill on material and rendering Any C&C are welcome Thanks
  24. Studio/Institution: Freelance Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dmax 2009 64 bit, vray 2, PS CS5 Description: Hi all, This is my first post on this forum Any C&C are welcome....... Thanks......
  25. Studio/Institution: Shapefarm Client: Personal Genre: Residential Interior Software: Maya with Mental Ray Website: http://www.shapefarm.net Description: Hi everyone at CG Architect, My name is Thomas and after 7 years working with games I've moved on to being a freelancer. I'm doing mostly coop projects for games and advertisement, but sometimes i take a shot at doing architectural work. This is a project i made for myself in order to learn Mental Ray for Maya properly. There are some parts that would need some revisiting, but i'm a firm believer of moving on to new projects and learning from old and new mistakes. That's me! If you want to see more of my projects, please visit http://www.shapefarm.net Cheers, Thomas Lilja
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