Cg Blog - Part 4


A personal button for V-Ray Frame Buffer

A personal button for V-Ray Frame Buffer

I always use V-Ray Frame Buffer and would like a specific button to open it fast. But there isn’t yet. So I found a super-simple way to crete if in 1 minute.


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Filed in: V-Ray Tutorials
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A perfect light for exteriors

A perfect light for exteriors

The exteriors are often lighted by the sun, this light condition is simpler but the problem is the flat lighting. Sun light does not decay so everything appear flatter. In this video tutorial I will show you how to light an exterior just using 1 V-Ray Light with an HDRI in the texture slot.


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Filed in: V-Ray Tutorials
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How to save memory for the rendering

How to save memory for the rendering

In this post I’m going to talk about how to save memory in order to avoid any crash. 3ds max could crashes during the rendering due to a lack of memory.. so we need to have some strategy to save as much memory as possibile.


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Filed in: V-Ray Tutorials
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Teapots in love

Teapots in love

Bokeh effect is a direct consequence of a restict depth of field. Lights taking strange shapes such as circles, pentagons, hexagons and so on. How to do the same with V-Ray? Here a tutorial for you.


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Filed in: V-Ray Materials
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My 10 tips for Photoshop

My 10 tips for Photoshop

Everyone has his own tips and secrets. I know that some tip related to photoshop is always a good news so I decided to post here the shortcut and tips I usually use to speed up my work.


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Filed in: Photoshop
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