3ds Max Corona Render Studio Lighting + Full Texturing

Roy Ghaya 2019-07-10 12:41 tutorial  > Corona  > modeling

Tutorial by Roy Ghaya.

Video Includes:

  • Creating Dirty Rusty Metal Material
  • Creating Dirty Glass Material
  • Creating Studio Setup
  • Lighting the studio using corona lights
  • Best Render settings for studio lighting

 

 

Corona Renderer is a modern high-performance (un)biased photorealistic renderer, available for Autodesk 3ds Max, MAXON Cinema 4D, and as a standalone application.

The development of Corona Renderer started back in 2009 as a solo student project of Ondřej Karlík at Czech Technical University in Prague. Corona has since evolved to a full-time commercial project, after Ondřej established a company together with the former CG artist Adam Hotový, and Jaroslav Křivánek, associate professor and researcher at Charles University in Prague. In August 2017, the company became part of Chaos Group, allowing for further expansion and growth.

Author: Roy Ghaya Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: corona texturing lighting
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litonkrl15:48:19  |  10-07-2019
Wow! such a great retouching skill. And the transparency skill also bravo in the photo editing filed.
tredistudio23:00:36  |  10-07-2019
Hello Roy, I notice that you have a virus in the scene that used for video is called ALC, a lot of people got it and it propagate in scene. Unfortunatly I know it by myself, I lost an entire scene. The two dummy are yhe warning. you can read more about it and how to remove here: https://3dground.net/article/attention-alc-and-crp-viruses-in-3ds-max- or if you not want to go there serch fot "3dsmax virus ALC" in the Autodesk site you can find a patch for repare the file and remove it.

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