3ds Max + V-Ray course for arch-viz artists

Press release 2015-09-28 13:11 article  > All

"Intro to architectural visualization" course by Adam Zollinger from Udemy!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 49 lectures and 6.5 hours of content!
  • This course is intended to introduce 3d Visualization to the students, starting from the ground up. I will teach all the basic skills for getting you started making awesome images and building a portfolio.
  • Learn to bring your 3D designs to life.
  • Learn 3ds Max basic navigation, customization, transforms, modeling, etc.
  • Learn the basics of rendering using Vray, the industry standard for Arch Viz.
  • Learn Vray materials, lighting and cameras.
  • Learn the basics of using Photoshop to create texture maps, and also post-process your renderings to create beautiful finished images.
  • Provide the foundation for starting a career in 3d visualization.
  • Complete your first photoreal, professional rendering using 3ds Max and Vray.


What is the target audience?

  • Design professionals who want to learn 3D
  • Architecture students
  • SketchUp users looking to advance their skill set
  • Anyone with a vague interest in 3d
  • Draftsman who are interested in learning rendering
  • Architects
  • Current 3ds Max users who want to learn how to work with Vray
  • Gamers who want to learn to model their own game assets (especially architectural ones) in 3ds Max.

You can take this course on Udemy site.

First 50 people that will redeem the code "evermotion" during checkout will get this course absolutely for free. All codes were used, promo offer is no longer valid.

Author: Press release Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: vray visualization architectural course arch-viz udemy
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pixelabuse13:00:16  |  30-09-2015
All codes used now.
d7man200013:41:21  |  30-09-2015
Course is very basic and promo image is misleading. I didn't find it useful. You will learn more from free tutorials.

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