Congratulations to Piotr Truszczynski from Motionfront for winning the Autodesk 3ds Max Design Hero competition!
His image will be featured on the cover of 3ds max design 2012 and on all related marketing materials. That’s a huge exposure that will definitely lead to many jobs from many high profile clients. What more could one ask for?
Congratulations again Piotr for your great achievement!
The images that took 2nd and 3rd place are also great. It was for sure a tough decision for the judges.
You can check them out here.
In the following tutorial we will go through the process of rendering an image in separate passes using render elements and compose them afterwards in photoshop.
Although I am a vray user, the same method can be used for any other renderer that supports render elements.
Below is a selection of absolutely stunning architectural visualization animations from various artists and studios. The videos are embedded from vimeo or youtube and the artist/studio name is mentioned on above each animation. Check them out and if you have something to add to the list use the comments form.
In the previous tutorial we have went through the process of unwrapping organic models with 3ds max 2012. However in most cases, especially when dealing with simpler geometrical models there is a much easier way.
Part 1 – Unwrap with Flatten Mapping
Download and open this simple 3d model (max 2012 format).