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Autodesk Arnold Render (42 Tutorials)

MtoA 206 | Snow and Ice | Material series using Arnold 5 with Maya 2018

MtoA 206 | Snow and Ice | Material series using Arnold 5 with Maya 2018

December 26, 2017

Arvid Schneider puts out some fantastic Maya tutorials and this one seems especially seasonally appropriate, as I look out my window. He explains how to set up a realistic looking snow shader with Maya and Arnold.

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Maya Render Setup

Maya Render Setup

October 17, 2017

  Know the Basics: Maya Part 9: Rendering Paul Hatton talks about Installing Arnold and the render settings you’ll need. He also talks about saving the render and things like ray depth, viewport settings, and anti-aliasing. Read Know the Basics: Maya Part 9: Rendering Maya Render Setup The Maya Learning Channel has a 4 video series…

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Rendering in CINEMA 4D – Which to Choose

Rendering in CINEMA 4D – Which to Choose

August 15, 2017

With all the different renderers out there, it’s sometimes difficult to determine which is the best for you and your needs.  Chad Ashley from Greyscalegorilla has a breakdown of the pro’s and cons of some of the renders GSG recommends.  Read an excerpt here and follow the link to the full article.

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Where Did Arnold Go?

Where Did Arnold Go?

June 13, 2017

I ran into a little problem after updating to Maya 2017. Arnold Standard Shader was missing! If this happens to you, this is an easy fix!

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Live Tutorial: Working with Arnold 5

Live Tutorial: Working with Arnold 5

June 13, 2017

Arvid Schneider explains lighting and shading a scene from start to finish with Arnold 5. “I am using an arnold learning scene with a fishbowl. Creating shaders and mixing them together.”

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Arnold Render 5 tips and tricks for faster renders

Arnold Render 5 tips and tricks for faster renders

June 13, 2017

John Paul Giancarlo, M&E Technical Specialist for South Europe, based in Barcelona, gives some tips on using Arnold for faster renders and some new features. The video lists what’s covered exactly.

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3ds Max: Rendering realistic Explosion and Smoke in Arnold

3ds Max: Rendering realistic Explosion and Smoke in Arnold

June 6, 2017

In this tutorial, from Mograph Plus, you will learn how to render realistic explosions and smoke in Arnold for 3ds Max using the Arnold Volume.

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Substance Painter to Arnold Workflow

Substance Painter to Arnold Workflow

May 16, 2017

In this tutorial by Romain Chauliac, you will learn the proper workflow to get your Substance Material to look exactly the way you want it to in Arnold Render 5.

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Maya 2017 – Your first day in Maya

Maya 2017 – Your first day in Maya

March 27, 2017

This tutorial explains how to maneuver in Maya 2017, how to make primitives and text, and learn about the major interface sections of Maya 2017. There are new features like the Arnold renderer from Solidangle that are also covered in this video. This was featured in Maya Monday: Opening Maya For the First Time.

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Tutorial: Maya Basics – Episodes 1-8

Tutorial: Maya Basics – Episodes 1-8

January 17, 2017

Learn the basics of working with Autodesk Maya 2017 from Paul Hatton, in this 8 part series on 3DTotal.com, as he explains the UI, modeling, animation, lighting and more.

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What Renderer is Right for You?

What Renderer is Right for You?

March 30, 2016

In this video I examine my three favorite renderers at the moment, Physical, Arnold, and Octane. One of the most common questions I get asked by C4D artists these days is, “What renderer should I use?” Well, hopefully this video and it’s clever analogy will help clear that up for you. This video runs through some of my favorite (and not so favorite) features of these renderers.

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C4D X-Particles Tutorials

C4D X-Particles Tutorials

October 6, 2015

Here are 3 different tutorials utilizing X-Particle in Cinema 4D.  Learn to create custom geometry, a smoke flower, and how Arnold works with X-Particles in C4D.

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