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How to Render an Underwater Shot with V-Ray Next for 3ds Max

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Mario Cameras shows you how to render a convincing underwater swimming pool shot in V-Ray for 3ds Max, with fog and caustics.

Mario also has some tips for using fog and caustics to create the underwater look here:

About Mario Cameras:
Mario is a CG Artist based in Veracruz, Mexico. An Industrial Engineer by career, he now creates architectural visualizations at ARQING, a studio he founded with his wife. Self-learning since 2006, Mario has been constantly improving his artistic and technical skills while searching for the best quality and realism possible.

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