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The Art of Rendering

Check out THIS comprehensive and extremely informative article about all things rendering written by Mike Seymour over at www.fxguide.com

In the words of Mike: “Once considered a commodity item in the whole CG / VFX world – rendering is now a hot topic. CG supervisor Scott Metzger jokes that one can’t talk about renderers without annoying someone. “Renderers are like religion (laughs). Rendering is a religion! Especially now in this era, which is really really exciting, there is so much going on and there are so many renderers, so much happening. To me it is the most exciting part of being in our industry right now.”

By |May 11th, 2012|Categories: Rendering, Workflow, Linear Workflow, Tutorials|0 Comments

Muse Creative – Modeling a Pin Art Impression Toy

Check out this great tutorial by Eugene Opperman over at www.musecreative.com! In Eugene’s words: “The inner creative and explorer in each and any one of us has a rule when it comes to pin art impression toys. The rule is, you have to pick it up and see what your hand (or any other object near by) looks like extruded in pins.

A recent project of mine lead me to modeling one of these awesome gadgets and in the process I had a few learning curves which I thought it best to share with you guys.”

By |May 10th, 2012|Categories: Rendering, Workflow, Tutorials|0 Comments

Renderfeed Artist Freebie – Luca Viola – Arcade Models

Renderfeed’s recent Artist Interview star, Luca Viola was kind enough to pass along some of his models that he used to make his beautiful Pac Man frames!
You can download them HERE or click on the image above, enjoy! Many thanks to Luca for his time and assets!

By |May 14th, 2014|Categories: Design, Articles, Portfolio, Advanced Render, Rendering, V-Ray, Linear Workflow|0 Comments

Digital Tutors: Cinema4D Rendering Resources

Digital Tutors has a huge collection on rendering tutorials (96 it says) for Cinema4D users. These tutorials range from beginner to advanced. Check them out HERE. Courses include a free introduction to rendering in Cinema4D, Rendering for Product Visualization in CINEMA 4D, Creating caustic light patterns in CINEMA 4D, Creating Shadow Caster lights within CINEMA 4D, and Using subsurface scattering in CINEMA 4D.