In this third video for the Christmas spiral, we set up lighting and textures, then render it.
This tutorial walks through the process of using HDR Light Studio to light and render the car key object. It walks through the use of the ‘Illumination’, ‘Reflection’ and ‘Visible Rim’ buttons to produce predictable lighting.
This tutorial shows how to identify and control the visual quality of parts of a rendering. It shows how to control reflection quality through the use of reflection samples and an adaptive sampling mechanism; how to control diffuse illumination quality; and how to control overall image quality through the use of several anti-aliasing controls.
This tutorial shows how to create a special type of glass object for architectural scenes which is designed for optimal render times.
This tutorial shows how to use two lighting panels to light the scene, and using the inverse square light falloff law to control light and dark regions of this studio-photography like setting. It explains how to use their placement to control how light is cast into the scene.
This tutorial shows differences in how version 8.1 handles shadow regions for both global illumination and shadows from point light sources as determined by the Adaptive Shadow Sampling parameter. Improvements to this area help to create cleaner looking images in shadow regions. It explains value ranges useful for Adaptive Shadow Sampling.