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Monday Movie part 5

هذا الموضوع : Monday Movie part 5 داخل دروس تعليمية اجنبية | Youtube , Vimeoالتابع الي قسم الدورات والدروس التعليمية | 3dsMax Tutorials & Tips : 61: mental ray Matte/Shadow In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to do camera matching with Matte/Shadow in mental ...

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    Monday Movie part 5

    61: mental ray Matte/Shadow

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to do camera matching with Matte/Shadow in mental ray



    62: Boolean Splines

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to create low-overhead booleans with spline objects. It's a little known feature, but you can accomplish certain effects very quickly and efficiently using this tool



    63: (Re)Making a Waterbox

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to create a simple waterbox in 3d Studio Max. This was one of my earliest and most popular Monday Movies, but the poor encoding and overly complicated technique made it hard for some people to follow along. Next week we'll talk about how you can use the submerge shader in your new water box!



    64: Submerge (lume) Shader

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to use the elusive Submerge (lume) shader in mental ray! It's a great way to make your scenes look like they're under water



    65: Basic MaxScript

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you some very basic operations in MaxScript that can save you some time in the long run. We'll also take a look at the Macro Recorder which can help you come up with custom routines very quickly!



    66: MaxScript Rollouts

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to use MaxScript to create your own rollout dialogs. You can create new tools for yourself, and this method will help you go beyond writing one-line commands!



    67: Basic Render Elements

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you the basics of using Render Elements in 3d Studio Max. This is handy for when you're rendering large or complex images and need to make tweaks in post-work!



    68: X-Ray Effect

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to create a simple X-Ray render in 3d Studio Max. It's easy to do since it's just a special material setup!



    69: Old School Sun & Sky

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how we used to create sun and sky before the Sun & Sky object was built into 3d Studio Max. It's a fast and easy technique.



    70: VRay Sun & Sky

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to create a Sun & Sky effect using the VRay renderer. I'm surprised I even made this video tutorial- it's so gosh darn easy!



    71: VRay Area Lights

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you some of the basics of VRay area lights and how we can use them to illuminate the warehouse scene from last week!



    72: VRay Glass and Metal

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you some of the basics of VRay material creation. We'll start off with glass and metal, which use a unified material creation model that you might not be used to if you're coming from the scanline or mental ray renderers



    73: VRay Displacement

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to set up a basic displacement mapped material in 3dsMax with VRay. It's surprisingly easy, but can lead to long render times so we'll also cover how to tighten up the displacement quality to compensate!



    74: Parti Volume Shader

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to use the Parti Volume shader in mental ray for 3d Studio Max. It's a quick and easy way to get volumetric lighting or a great "foggy" effect in your scenes!



    75: VRay Depth of Field

    In this Monday Movie I'll show you how to set up depth of field in VRay for 3d Studio Max. As usual, VRay makes it incredibly easy to get this kind of effect, so we'll also look at how to adjust the



    76: Cross Sections


    In this Monday Movie I'll show you a quick technique for getting a cross section of closed objects. It's a great way to show off the interior of your mechanical or architectural models!



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