V-Ray for Cinema 4D Getting Started Series
New to V-Ray for Cinema 4D? To make it easy to dive right in, Chaos created a series of tutorials for beginners. You’ll master the basics before you know it and you’ll be creating great-looking renders in no time. Scene assets are provided and link to Chaos’ Google Drive.
In this tutorial, Chaos introduces you to V-Ray for Cinema 4D and how you can quickly set up and render a simple scene.
Working with materials
In the second V-Ray for Cinema 4D Getting Started video, learn how to shade any object. In other words, give your models a realistic look in just a few clicks. Chaos shows you how to create materials from scratch. In addition, learn how to make use of the extensive library of material assets available in Chaos Cosmos.
Lighting your scene
Learn how to light your scenes using a number of different techniques. In this video, Chaos shows you how to quickly set up realistic indoor and outdoor lighting environments. Not only that, see how modifying the settings helps to achieve your desired results.
The one renderer that does it all.
Bold designs. Moving stories. Mind-blowing art. Whatever your vision, Chaos V-Ray can help you bring it to life. Create photorealistic images and animations with the rendering software that’s used by 3D artists and designers everywhere.
V-Ray works seamlessly with 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Maya, Nuke, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, and Unreal. So you can transform 3D scenes into works of art from your favorite application.
Purchase a single V-Ray license to access all V-Ray integrations, including 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Maya, Nuke, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, and Unreal
In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?
In summary, V-Ray is a powerful 3D rendering system, built for designers, architects, and jack-of-all-trades. To be sure, click to learn about how artists use V-Ray. To emphasize, there are lots of examples and trial versions for every field!
Posted by Michele Yamazaki