Have you ever needed to create a photorealistic render? If so, Look Development for Photorealistic Interiors Using CINEMA 4D and V-Ray is the perfect course for you. This course will break down the processes needed to light and texture a scene into more manageable tasks. First, you'll learn to set up your lighting and cameras. Next, you'll create materials and texture your objects. Finally, you'll export a render and touch it up. When you're finished with this CINEMA 4D course, you'll not only have a photorealistic render and the skill to produce more, but also you'll have a good way to get this done with other objects. Software required: CINEMA 4d.
Sophie Jameson is a 3D Artist based in Newcastle, UK. She currently works as a freelance 3D CGI Artist and Animator, where she creates photorealistic interior and exterior CGI visuals using Cinema 4D, 3dsmax, and V-Ray.
Course Overview Welcome to Look Development for Photorealistic Interiors Using CINEMA 4D and V-Ray. My name is Sophie Jameson, and I'm a freelance 3D artist based in the UK. Some key topics that we'll cover throughout this course are lighting an interior scene using an HDRI light and a sun light. We'll set up a camera, we'll discuss a few different UV mapping techniques to successfully unwrap a model, we'll explore the material editor in CINEMA 4D and V-Ray and create textures for everything in the scene. And finally, we'll dive into the render settings before rendering and create individual passes to composite in Photoshop. By the end of this course, we will have created a fully-textured, lit CGI interior, and we will have covered the skills and topics required to move forward with other interior projects. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the basics of CINEMA 4D, such as creating materials and navigating the software. I'm excited to share my workflow with you and I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn texturing, lighting, and rendering with the Look Development for Photorealistic Interiors using CINEMA 4D and V-Ray for your site.