Learn how to culminate a finished perspective rendering that will be ready for printing on a poster size board. In this course, Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit, you'll learn how to create architectural renderings using V-Ray for Revit. First, you'll discover various architectural materials, such as glass, wood, metal, drywall, marble, and etc. Next, you'll explore how to build up the lighting in a Revit model using V-Ray lights and HDRI lighting techniques. Finally, you'll learn rendering settings in depth. By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently integrate V-Ray into your Revit rendering workflow. Software required: Revit, V-Ray.
Welcome to the Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit Lesson. My name is Steve Baker and I am a practicing architect located in Colorado. I have been creating architectural visualizations for my own practice for over 20 years.
This course is tailored to the student and working professional who wants to add photorealism to your Revit models using Vray for Revit. It requires an intermediate knowledge of Revit and a beginner’s knowledge of Vray for Revit. It is expected that you can easily maneuver through these applications, so that way we can dive right in and get lighting, texturing, and rendering.
In this course, I will be demonstrating how to create architectural renderings using Vray for Revit. I will be walking you through the steps needed to take a basic model in Revit, texture it, light it, and render it. We will discuss the many different options that are provided inside the Vray for Revit add-on. We will be working with a model that I have used in my own professional practice. The outcome is a high resolution rendering using Vray for Revit.
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to confidently integrate Vray into your Revit rendering workflow, and be able to take your presentations to the next level.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn Vray for Revit with the Lighting and Rendering with V-Ray for Revit course, at Pluralsight.