Articles tagged in "environments"

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.

Courtesy of FuseFX and HBO.
How V-Ray for 3ds Max brought Deadwood's VFX to life

With “Deadwood: The Movie,” HBO’s revisionist Western makes a welcome return. We talk to FuseFX’s Eric Hayden about revisiting its locations and characters.

© RealtimeUK/Yoozoo Games
RealtimeUK rebuilds “Game of Thrones” characters for “Winter is Coming”

How do you create photorealistic versions of the world’s most well-known TV stars from scratch? We asked RealtimeUK to break down its epic video game cinematic.

© Rendering.no
How this Norwegian studio crafts subsea visualizations

Who knew deep sea machinery could be this hypnotic? Rendering.no shows us a pipeline for pipelines and talks us through creating a stormy ocean in Phoenix FD.

©Weiyo Sha
Blowing up the house

Gnomon student Weiyo Sha blew us away with his explosive animation of an old house. Here’s how he used V-Ray and Phoenix FD as his weapons of CG destruction.

© Jak Pagan
Announcing the Winners of Our Student Rendering Competition!

Jak Pagan’s “Capsule” picks up grand prize in future-themed V-Ray and Corona art contest. See the winning entry, and find out about the awesome runner-ups.

© Jonas Ussing
Faster, more dramatic large-scale water sims with Phoenix FD and Chaos Cloud

CG Artist Jonas Ussing shares his tips for cinematic splashes via this animation of Tokyo's flood defense system in operation.

Butterfly Effects

Graduation project When John Goes Outside is a short film with a big message. We talk to the students who created it.

IKEA© IKEA Communication
Putting the CGI in IKEA: How V-Ray Helps Visualize Perfect Homes

We take a trip to the Swedish furniture company’s headquarters to find out how it has embraced cutting-edge tech to create imagery and videos.

Joy Lea and Devon Fay

Joy Lea and Devon Fay talk to us about life as artists in the gaming world.