Articles by Henry Winchester

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Rendering architectural visualizations with V-Ray for Revit

V-Ray Next for Revit's speed and quality have made it essential in RAMSA's architectural rendering software pipeline. BIM expert Miguel Colina-Marco explains.

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Why Ian Spriggs uses V-Ray GPU rendering for 3D portraits

Masterly CG artist Ian Spriggs is reinventing himself in more ways than one: Experimenting with a new self-portrait and switching to V-Ray GPU rendering in Maya.

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7 pro tips for your V-Ray GPU renders

Bertrand Benoit’s evocative images of one of LA’s most iconic buildings, the Sheats-Goldstein Residence, were rendered with V-Ray GPU. Discover the workflow.

A CG image of a golden sculpture in a court© Wild Design Studio
How embracing V-Ray for Grasshopper fired up this studio’s designs

With V-Ray Next for Rhino product rendering software, Wild Design Studio can render stunning designs quickly from Grasshopper. The couple tell us how they do it.

A metallic reactor in a gully with plants© Aaron Rabago
Why this V-Ray-rendered student work won the public’s hearts

Architectural visualization student Aaron Rabago discusses his mysterious 3D render that won the public vote in our “Undiscovered” student rendering contest.

The face of an Amazfit Verge 2 smartwatch© INK
How INK uses 3D rendering software to bring big ideas to life

INK is an award-winning creative studio working with technology brands. Read how its experimental approach to 3D rendering software simplifies complex ideas.

A spaceman in an orange suit among plants, trees and ruins© Matteo Morana
Creating a hero shot with Corona Renderer for 3ds Max

Matteo Morana advanced from Chaos Group Student Rendering Contest runner up in 2018 to the overall winner in 2019. Discover how he landed the first place.

Light and render day and night scenes in V-Ray for Cinema 4D

Learn how to light and render daytime and nighttime arch-viz exteriors using V-Ray for Cinema 4D with these two helpful video tutorials by Fabio Palvelli.

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How to create a mossy scene with tyFlow and V-Ray

tyFlow and V-Ray are making it easy for REALTIME to create the fiddly bits of 3D scenes. We asked Artist Danilo Lombardo to give us the low-down.

A white car x-rayed by an iPhone© Click-Ins
How Click-Ins tech uses AI with V-Ray to fight insurance fraud

The power of V-Ray — in combination with the Click-Ins AI platform — is revolutionizing the insurance industry to help eliminate fraud. Discover how.

A chair in a red-lit room© playard studios
Movie villain lairs in real-time with V-Ray for Unreal

playard’s architectural rendering project recreates some of cinema’s most infamous sets for a book, trailer and VR via V-Ray for Maya and V-Ray for Unreal.

Actor Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk 2077Goodbye Kansas © CD Projekt Red
The secrets under the skin of the Cyberpunk 2077 trailer

Goodbye Kansas's Cyberpunk 2077 teaser features cities, cyborgs — and Keanu Reeves. Go behind the scenes and learn how to create great skin with V-Ray for Maya.

A gold-diamond engagement ring© Threekit
How Threekit and V-Ray App SDK are refashioning online shops

Threekit's mission is to make online shopping as fun as social media. Find out how they do it — and the crucial role V-Ray’s 3D-rendering plays in their software.

A living room bookcase, coffee table and gray sofa© Pasquale Scionti
What you need to know about color correction in Chaos Cloud

Color-correction can add an all-important final touch and make good renders look great. Chaos Cloud makes it easy to tweak your settings and get fast feedback.

A woman looks into a snowy landscapeScanline VFX © HBO
How Scanline VFX delivered Game of Thrones' epic conclusion

Scanline's Mohsen Mousavi on how V-Ray for 3ds Max helped him adopt dragons, melt metal and build-then-destroy a city for Game of Thrones' explosive finale.

A CG image of a SNES console and a retro Sony TV© Gregory Stark
Playing with power: Rendering 10-million polys in Chaos Cloud

“A Poni’s Challenge” is a 5-minute animation fuelled by a 4-year-old’s imagination and rendered with the power of V-Ray and Chaos Cloud. Learn how it was made.

Colored make-up drips out of bottles© Saddington Baynes
How Saddington Baynes renders high-quality product designs

Visualizing a luxury watch spearheads a new direction for esteemed London creative production studio Saddington Baynes. We ask the team for their top CGI tips.

CG Render of Boston University Data Sciences CenterBoston University Data Sciences Center by KPMB Architects © Norm Li
How to build an inspirational arch-viz studio

Norm Li creates some of the best-looking arch-viz renders for the real estate development, architecture and design industries. The viz firm shares its top tips.

CG render of a cityscape from aboveCourtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects
Zaha Hadid Architects on the tech behind its iconic designs

V-Ray is a fundamental part of the renowned architecture studio, Zaha Hadid Architects. Jose Pareja Gomez and Marko Margeta discuss the tech behind the design.

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What is THU? V-Ray artist & Total Chaos contest winner explains

Total Chaos competition winner and V-Ray artist Ivona Alexandrov shares how her passions for science, technology and art magically collided at THU 2019 in Malta.

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates V-Ray for Grasshopper© Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
What is V-Ray for Grasshopper? KPF reveals the magic

Adding V-Ray to Rhino’s visual programming language has opened up new ways of creating imagery, animation and designs. KPF’s Cobus Bothma explains more.

Undiscovered Student Rendering Competition© Andrei Lazar, Dade Orgeron
“Undiscovered” Student Rendering Challenge Revealed

We’re inviting students around the world to show us something we’ve never seen before and win big prizes, including a V-Ray or Corona commercial license.

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Real-time, ray-traced and rasterized rendering explained

Do you know the difference between the three Rs of rendering? We shine a light on the basics of real-time, ray-traced and rasterized rendering to break it down.

How to render your dragon (with Chaos Cloud!)

In “Dragon Recipes,” a young witch conjures something unexpected. Director Maria Pavlou shares how V-Ray for Maya and Chaos Cloud helped make this cute short.