In this Softimage tutorial, we will be exploring some of the core rendering tools and features that every Softimage rendering artist needs to be familiar with. This tutorial is designed for users who are just getting started with rendering in Softimage, so we will not be focusing heavily on using lights, materials, or recipes to give your render a specific look. Instead, our focus will be on helping you build a strong foundational knowledge of rendering in Softimage by talking about many of the key tools, features, and concepts that every rendering artist in Softimage really needs to be familiar with. We will also learn how to resolve some rendering-related issues that you may encounter, and we will focus very heavily on helping you develop good habits and strong workflow practices that will be extremely beneficial to you as an emerging render artist. Software required: Softimage 2011.
Kyle was one of the first authors for Digital-Tutors (now a Pluralsight company) and has been a part of the team for over 10 years. Kyle began his career in computer graphics education as a college instructor and worked as a Digital-Tutors rendering tutor and curriculum manager since 2002.
Introduction and Project Overview [Autogenerated] with digital tutors and auto desk authorize publisher his course. We're gonna take some time to really get familiar with some of the core rendering tools and features of soft image that really every rendering artist needs to be familiar with his course is really going to be designed it for user's who were just getting started with some tomatoes rendering. So we're really not gonna spend a whole lot of time talking about things like lights or materials or how to give your scenes a specific look. Instead, we're gonna focus on helping you build a really strong, foundational knowledge of rendering in some damage. And we're gonna do that by talking about many of the key tools, features and concepts that again every rendering artist in soft image really needs to be familiar with. Now. We'll also show you how you can resolve some rendering related issues that you're pretty likely to run into, and all the while we're gonna be really focusing on helping you develop good habits and strong workflow practices that will be extremely beneficial for the future. So with that, let's go ahead and get started in our next lesson.