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Cg Blog: Best 10 posts ever

3DS MAX - Compositing Tutorial – understand it simply, Compositing is the most powerful technique for manipulating images inc omputer graphics. However, in architectural rendering not many people use this technique. Infact… [read more]

Photoshop tutorial and Post-producted glasses – If you want to render any kind of frosted glass, you have to think about to notable increase of rendering time. You could be make many kind of Glasses in few seconds! You just need manage it with photoshop.. [read more]

V-Ray caustics – Simple Tutorial to understand it – …this is a physical effect that takes the name of “Caustics” and you have probably already read somewhere that you can simulate this effect with V-Ray. Let’s see how. Get your scene more realistic. [read more]

3DS MAX –Big render, big solution? No – Recently I rendered a lot of 6m x 3m Posters for Buildings under construction… and I want to share with you my idea to choose how many pixels I need setting my rendering panel. [read more]

3DS MAX –Table’s Smooth: improve your awarness – One of the most important things is to assimilate the “combination” of 3d low poly models with modifiers like MeshSmooth or TurboSmooth in order to get smoothed objects. Take a look here.. [read more]

3DS MAX –How to create more than 6 materials – If the Material Editor appears limited and you do not know how to create other materials, read this post … it takes just 5 minutes, but everything be more clear!  [read more]

How to reduce the rendering time! – Reducing the time in the rendering production is a goal to keep in mind. We need improve our skill reducing our rendering time too. Then go ahead! But how do? [read more]

Download setted V-ray scenes – One of must important things to create a good scene and a good render is light settings. Here I’m going to give you something about light settings! [read more]

Lightining Tutorial with V-Ray – In this tutorial I mean explain in details the technics I learnt to create a Photorealistic scene. I don’t like you reproduce my technic in the same way, but this tutorial could be a starting point to develope your method.. [read more]

Cg Blog Quiz – Test your knowledges through the new and funny Cg Blog Quiz! [read more]

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