This course covers a large scale architectural visualization project using V-Ray. In this course, we will create a large scale arch-viz project using V-Ray. We go from start to finish, modeling to final while learning the principles of V-Ray along the way. Learning how to set up global illumination, creating proxies and learning their benefits, V-Ray's material system and other important aspects of V-Ray which in the end will give you the knowledge to go and create your own realistic renders using V-Ray. Software required: CINEMA 4D R12, V-Ray for CINEMA 4D and Photoshop.
Introduction and Project Overview Hi, my name's Adam. I'm a freelance Cinema 4D artist, and in the upcoming lessons, we're going to be learning V-Ray Cinema 4D. We're going to start off with building a fairly complex large-scale architectural scene, and then we'll dive into V-Ray learning features such as global illumination, V-Ray's physical sun and camera features, proxies, and then diving a little bit further into V-Ray and learning some of the more advanced features that will allow you to produce fairly realistic architectural renders in the future. So with that said, let's go ahead and get started.