NitroFlare Udemy - 3ds Max + V-Ray: PRO material workflow

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    Udemy - 3ds Max + V-Ray: PRO material workflow
    Course Description
    - Taught by a practicing professional
    - The teacher is always available to help
    - More real world examples / demonstrations to follow

    Improve Your 3d Materials Workflow -- Achieve Photorealism

    This course will dive into the details of 3d materials, showing you all the important tips and tricks necessary to achieve photorealism. The course will be demonstrated within 3ds Max, and the textures will primarily be created using V-Ray materials. Other types of shaders will also be demonstrated, but the class generally teaches you principles that can be applied across several different platforms. You will learn settings, shader types, map creation, etc., all while seeing real time demonstrations of materials being created and rendered.

    In short, take this course if you want to vastly improve your ability to create photoreal textures, and streamline your workflow.

    What are the requirements?
    You will need to know your way around in 3ds Max (or similar).
    You will need to have basic Photoshop skills -- If not check out my beginner course for Photoshop
    Have a basic knowledge of V-Ray or other render engines will be helpful, but not essentail
    You will need access to 3ds Max and a V-Ray demo in order to follow along directly

    What am I going to get from this course?
    Over 32 lectures and 3 hours of content!
    Create photoreal 3d materials using a professional workflow
    Take the principles from this course and begin applying them in 3d to improve texturing skills
    Better understand settings of various different types of materials, in various render engines
    Apply texturing principles in standard 3ds Max materials, mental ray, corona, V-Ray for SketchUp, and V-Ray

    What is the target audience?
    You should take this course if you want to make better materials, regardless of the program you use
    Do not take this course if you are completely new to 3d, I have another course for that

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