© Toni Bratincevic
© Toni Bratincevic


Find out about V-Ray for Arch Viz and VFX at this all-day event, packed with great talks


On November 23, Chaos Group and TeamCAD will host a day of exciting V-Ray-related presentations and activities in Belgrade, Serbia.

We’ll dedicate the morning to all things Arch Viz and focus on the newest features of V-Ray for SketchUp, Revit and 3ds Max.

In the afternoon we’ll show how V-Ray is transforming VFX with presentations on V-Ray for Maya, Phoenix FD, and a talk on VRscans and 3ds Max by artist Djordje Ilic.

Full schedule below!


November 23, 2017, 09:00 AM – 08:00 PM

88 Rooms Hotel, Takovska 49, Beograd 11000, Serbia


Arch Viz Session
  • 9:00 AM Registration
  • 9:30 AM Faster, Easier Renders in V-Ray 3.6 for SketchUp
  • 10:20 AM Built for Architects and Designers: V-Ray for Revit
  • 11:05 AM Coffee Break
  • 11:20 AM VRscans’ Incredible Materials
  • 12:00 PM Masterclass: Rendering Exteriors in V-Ray for 3ds Max
VFX Session
  • 14:00 PM Registration
  • 14:30 PM Supercharge your VFX with V-Ray for Maya
  • 15:20 PM Realistic Fluid Dynamics in Phoenix
  • 16:05 PM Coffee Break
  • 16:20 PM Djordje Ilic - Creating a Porsche 964 with V-Ray for 3ds Max
  • 17:25 PM Q&A with local VFX artists
  • 18:00 PM Cocktails


Yavor Stoykov
CG Specialist Chaos Group

Yavor Stoykov is a 3D Artist with 7 years of experience in the field of 3D Modeling.
He holds a Master’s degree from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering
and Geodesy. Before joining Chaos Group, he has worked at an architectural
studio. Yavor joined the Chaos Group 3D artists team in 2010. Since then,
he has been one of the main driving forces behind the creation of the V-Ray
Training Programs.

Djordje Ilic
Lighting Artist/3D Generalist Double Negative

Djordje hails from Novi Sad, where he studied traditional painting. During his education, Djordje became interested in 3D, and started learning the topic before moving to Belgrade to start his career at some of the city’s studios. He currently works for Double Negative, based in London.