Articles tagged in "behind the scenes"

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Brick Visual puts Project Lavina to the test

We invited Brick Visual to load its most complex arch-viz scenes into Project Lavina's revolutionary real-time 3D ray-traced engine. Find out what happened.

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Designing beautiful furniture with V-Ray for Rhino

Furniture design requires the best rendering software to create photorealistic imagery — fast. Find out how Lazzeroni Studio makes use of V-Ray Next for Rhino.

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How AECOM is paving the way forward with V-Ray

AECOM’s epic infrastructure projects span prehistory to the future. Discover how the company uses V-Ray 3D rendering software to plan and implement its visions.

How to use the new features in Phoenix FD 4 — Part 1

Phoenix FD 4 offers more control for realistic fluid simulations. Get to know Active Bodies, Standalone Previewer and the Particle Tuner in our features guide.

A superbike on fire© Hammer Chen. Model by Lien Ying-Te.
How to use the new features in Phoenix FD 4 — Part 2

With Voxel Tuner, TexUVW and thinkingParticles integration, you can take your Phoenix FD 4 simulations to the next level. Find out how in part 2 of our guide.

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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.

CG Garage’s Chris Nichols shares how to podcast from home

How do you record podcasts in the era of social distancing? Read Chris Nichols’ guide to the hardware, software and teddy bears that helped CG Garage go remote.

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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.

An apartment with a city view© Nikos Nikolopoulos
What to expect from the Total Chaos 2020 Masterclasses

The Total Chaos Masterclasses are a unique opportunity to boost your knowledge with expert advice from seasoned industry pros. Here’s everything you need to know.

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.

Revealing the 16 greatest CG Garage podcasts of 2019

Chris Nichols rounds up the must-listen-to podcasts of last year, featuring Hollywood directors, pioneering architects, VFX wizards — and esports matriarchs.

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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.

Tim Miller — Director, “Terminator: Dark Fate”

“Terminator: Dark Fate,” “Love, Death & Robots” and “Deadpool” director, Tim Miller, returns to CG Garage to offer a human perspective on the Hollywood machine.

10 reasons why you need to be at Total Chaos 2020

As the CG industry enters a new decade, we invite you to join us in Sofia this May for a celebration of the tech and people that will power tomorrow’s visuals.

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.

An astronaut in undergrowth© Matteo Morana
See our student rendering competition winners!

Matteo Morana’s overgrown vision of earth picks up first prize. Find out more and discover other incredible work submitted to our “Undiscovered” competition.

Godzilla toy with toy soldiers© SuperBlimp
Win prizes and get what you need to speed up your render times with RTX On

NVIDIA’s RTX technology has halved SuperBlimp’s V-Ray GPU rendering times. Discover more — and win a V-Ray license and a graphics card in our giveaway.

Alex Nice and Robert Nederhorst — John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum

Glass act: “John Wick 3’s” VFX supervisor and concept artist reflect on creating the movie’s incredible translucent sets — and then smashing them up.

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.