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Product Design Visualization in Rhino and V-Ray

Throughout these lessons, we will learn an effective workflow for modeling an industrial design concept in the form of a mobile traffic light design. Software required: Rhino 5, V-Ray 2.0.
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Level
Advanced
Updated
Apr 4, 2015
Duration
6h 8m
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Introduction and Project Overview
Product Design Visualization in Rhino and V-Ray
Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Apr 4, 2015
Duration
6h 8m
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Description

Throughout these lessons, we will learn an effective workflow for modeling an industrial design concept in the form of a mobile traffic light design. We will then use both Rhino 5 and V-Ray 2.0 to show how to produce eye-catching design visualizations. Upon completion of this tutorial, you'll have gained confidence in using Rhino's surface and solid modeling tools for industrial design. You will be able to effectively allocate and adjust both cameras and lighting, and skilfully apply materials to your model. Lastly, you will become familiar with the various elements of the powerful V-Ray rendering plugin for Rhino. Software required: Rhino 5, V-Ray 2.0.

About the author
About the author

Nigel Gough has been a director at Nigel Gough Illustrations for the last 16 years providing design visualization expertise to architectural and industrial design clients throughout Australia and abroad.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, everyone. My name's Nigel golf. I'm a director at Nigel Gruff illustrations. My current work includes designed visualizations for a wide variety of architectural and industrial design projects, from tiny pieces of medical technology for cochlear International, too. Think back rides for Village Roadshow, uneven master planning submissions for Olympic gun proposals, not to mention everything in between. In this course, we're going to use Rhino five to model a small industrial design project in the form of a mobile traffic light design. Then we'll learn to render that design using the right to produce our final image. Some of the key takeaways from watching this force will include developing a logical workflow to build our models from preliminary lines and massing to a Polish form. We'll use solid and service modeling commands to build the ivory form, then will become familiar with rhinos, transform commands to refine our design and add convincing details. You're going confidence with the camera and lighting command so you can skillfully compose and illuminate your views for presentation clients, and lastly will be giving you an introduction to the powerful Vero rendering plant so you can start producing compelling design visualization images by the end of training, you'll be on the take and industrial design concept, model that concept in Rhino five to a Polish design form and then produce effective presentation images using the right. I'm excited to work with digital shooters to share these techniques with you, so let's get started with the first lesson.