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Really awesome stuff mate. Lovin' your dirty 50's sci-fi style!
Not long time ago I've installed Vray plugin and I've got few questions to you regarding this renderer:
1). Does Vray come only in plugin form? There isn't a standalone version that could launch itself, like Kerkythea? I'm wondering if I wanted to render models from various 3D modellers, would I have to buy few plugins? Or perhaps to use converters?
2). I see the Vray plugin GUI is different depending what 3D software you're using. But are there any differences when it comes to rendering/material options and rendering performance?
3). I think it's a common problem, but I couldn't finish right solution. When I apply 50% reflection layer to material, in render I can see the ugly white dots/blotches in highlight areas. I've tried with Subpixel mapping (or something) and it helped a little, but not entirely. Do you have any ideas how to solve it?
Thanks in advance!
Unfortunately I not so well in Vray.
I`m just painter.
I have simply downloaded and installed it.
It is better to you to look answers to an official site.
sorry for no answers.
Last edited by ixlrlxi; November 28th, 2009 at 11:24 AM.
Ha ha, fantastic!
I'd love to see you design a train or a unicycle.
you have a unique style
Wow! What an amazing gallery! I just discovered SketchUp and I'm stumbling through Google's intro tutorials, but your work gives me so much to look forward to.
Please keep updating!
Looks like a radically vintage set of matchbox cars! Id look into marketing those with them! Make some $!
KCAD Illustration Major
I love the thread. really nice designs and execution. a fresh look for sure. very very nice.
I only live for today, but I'm one day behind.
amazing retro designs...
I was trying to see your tutorial but the journal link is death, I really would like to see it. would you mind to uploaded it again or even send it by mail? i could not find any contact information about you....
thanks a lot!
your designs rocks!!!
Really like how you use V-ray and Photoshop to finish off the model renders, truly amazing work!
Last edited by ixlrlxi; January 22nd, 2010 at 08:30 PM.
Nice, very Chip Foose