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Arnold (44 Tutorials)

In Depth 3D Renderers

In Depth: Which 3D render engine is best? (Updated 16 August 2022) #3drenderer

August 16, 2022

There are so many renderers available out there, and how does an artist know what to choose? Learn what the different renderers offer.

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In Depth Render Farms Network Rendering

In Depth: Render Farms / Network Rendering / Distributed Rendering

March 4, 2022

The idea of network rendering is to distribute your render over a network, or farm, of computers, to speed up your render times.

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3D Models World shows how to convert a still image into animated Camera Projection using Autodesk Maya 2022 and Arnold.

Camera Projection with Maya 2022 & Arnold #mayamonday

February 21, 2022

3D Models World shows how to convert a still image into animated Camera Projection using Autodesk Maya 2022 and Arnold. Maya Monday!

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gsg gobos tutorial

Greyscalegorilla: Gobos Product Training (Octane, Redshift, Arnold)

December 3, 2021

These 3 tutorials show you the best practices to use Greyscalegorilla Light Gobos in Octane, Redshift and Arnold in Cinema 4D.

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Greyscalegorilla Training: Surface Imperfections + Neon Materials

Surface Imperfections: Greyscalegorilla Training

June 2, 2021

Scratch up, smudge, wear down, or otherwise wreck your perfect materials and get more realistic renders with Surface Imperfections.

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Sheen or Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold #mayamonday

Sheen or Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold #mayamonday

October 26, 2020

ReimagineFx walks you through making a spooky ghost with a purple sheen by using the Velvet Shader in Maya and Arnold Renderer.

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v-ray next for revit tutorial

Introduction to V-Ray Next for Revit

April 13, 2020

This video tutorial covers the basic workflow of rendering a simple scene with V-Ray for Revit.

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Substance Painter Texturing Vintage Theater Chair by Brent LeBlanc

Substance Painter Texturing – Vintage Theater Chair #mayamonday

September 30, 2019

Brent Le Blanc shows you how to use Substance Painter texturing of a Vintage Theater Chair for film and games. He uses advanced procedural techniques.

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Arnold + Maya Tutorial Round Up

Arnold + Maya Tutorial Round Up #MayaMonday

August 26, 2019

Arnold + Maya go together like chips and salsa, or rice and beans! Today we’re rounding up some tutorials for Arnold and Maya.

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FumeFX and tyFlow Fluid Force

FumeFX and tyFlow Fluid Force

July 9, 2019

In this new tutorial from SitniSati, learn how to use tyFlow Fluid Force to blow some maple leaves across the desert. Watch it now!

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Burning Question How do I fix Rolling Shutter?

Burning Question: How Do I Fix Rolling Shutter?

June 24, 2019

In this article, we’ll talk about What Rolling Shutter is, or RS, which we’ll sometimes refer to it. We’ll go over what the types are, with lots of examples, so…

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Thanos Portal FumeFX

FumeFX Thanos Portal for 3ds Max

June 11, 2019

This tutorial for the Thanos Portal comes from SitniSati, and is, of course, inspired by the Avengers Infinity War. Watch it now!

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Autodesk Reel 2019

Maya Monday: Autodesk 2019 M&E Showreel

April 15, 2019

This week, we’re showing the most recent Autodesk 2019 M&E Showreel, instead of the usual tutorial or Maya feature walkthrough.

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The Arnold GPU public beta

Maya Monday: The Arnold GPU Public Beta with Arvid Schneider, Greyscalegorilla

March 25, 2019

The Arnold GPU public beta last week, with the release of Arnold v5.3. Arnold GPU gives artists the ability to switch between CPU and GPU rendering easily.

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spider-verse shader in arnold tut

Cinema 4D & Arnold: Making a Spiderverse-Inspired Shader in Arnold

February 5, 2019

Chad Ashley from Greyscalegorilla was recently inspired by the animated movie, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse” to create an Arnold shader in the same style. In this tutorial, Chad explains the technique use to create the film and then shows you how to re-create that look in Arnold.

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