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Architectural Visualization in 3DS MAX & VRAY: 2 in 1

Make Photorealistic Interiors using 3ds Max, Vray, Marvelous Designer & Photoshop with 2 projects!
Instructor:
Anchit Kawaatra
152 students enrolled
Add 2 scenes to their portfolio within this course completion time!
Make own VRAY Materials.
Understand how to make REALISTIC Renders
Learn how to use Marvelous Designer to make professional cloth models.
Understand 3D Lighting
Improve their 3D Modeling skills
Make own textures in Photoshop
Post Produce to give the final touches in Photoshop
Model their Own Architectural Visualization Projects.
Get all the models I make with this course to use freely.
Understand how to Render correctly and reduce render timings.

INTRODUCTION

Have you ever found yourself staring at your render output and ponder over it’s lack of photo realism. Have you wanted to get into Architectural Visualization, but felt it might be very tough? Do you have basic knowledge of 3ds Max and don’t know where to go next? Have you searched to get a course that takes you right from modelling right into rendering a photo realistic scene?

Well then you are not only at the right place, but you get an added bonus – We do 2 Architectural Visualization Projects – Right from Scratch in both these scenes. So you not only learn new skills, new workflow, new way of looking at lighting, but also get to revise your skills simultaneously in the same course! How great is that?!!

But wait, I also tell you how to do some basic post processing after rendering out your scenes to get the final kick!

We have more – we not only use 3ds Max, Photoshop, as from the title you might’ve guessed, we also jump into VRAY & Marvelous Designer. Vray is used for texturing, lighting and rendering. 3ds Max for modelling the scenes obviously, Marvelous Designer to make the cloth elements of the scene. It’s a special software for cloth only. 3ds Max also does it but if you can cut a vegetable with a knife, why use a scissor to do that right?!

Lastly, you get the model files for free usage. The references used in this course were picked up from google images. Design isn’t mine but the models are.

Too much right?!

At the time of recording this course, I am loading up SCENE 1 into the course, and SCENE 2 will be gradually added over the next 2 weeks as the editing is done.


Now what do you need for this course?

You need to have access to the following –

  • PC capable of running 3ds Max
  • 3DS Max, MD, Photoshop and VRAY. Except for vray there is trial for all.
  • Access to internet as we will search for textures and I will provide you with links.

What are the prerequisites in terms of knowledge for the course?

  • You should be familiar with the basics of 3ds max interface, some basic modelling, texturing. If you are a complete beginner, then you can go through my free course called 3ds Max Learn Basics Foundation Course from my Instructor page.
  • You should be familiar with VRAY and Photoshop. For MD, I give a 1 minute tour along with our course itself.

So in short, it is kind of an intermediate level course. Nonetheless, I am always here, you can send me a message asking doubts if any and we will gather mountains to clear it! 😀

What will you gain at the end of this course?

  • You have added 2 scenes to your portfolio.
  • As mentioned, you get to learn and practice via the 2 scenes in same course.
  • You learn to make your own vray materials.
  • You Understand 3D Lighting.
  • You learn to set renders for fast rendering.
  • You learn to make your own textures in photoshop.
  • Learn to MD a bit, so that you have realistic models.
  • You learn how to get realistic renders.
  • You also learn how to work with render elements section and a lot lot more!

I’ll be launching a ton of such quality rich courses in future!

So what are you waiting for now? Click on that BUY NOW Button and gift yourself the pure learning experience and a chance to succeed! See you soon!

Introduction

1
Welcome - What, Who, Why?

What is this course about? Why should you watch it? Who is it for? What do you gain at the end? Who am I? To know these get this course!

2
Social Connect & Reviewing

Building a community is very important for all of us. You can connect with like minded individuals and also help each other with your doubts. Lets do that! Hop onto my facebook page and group. Links in video.

Scene 1 - Modelling

1
Getting Started

In this lecture, we start off with setting up our project folder, units. Then we start modelling our photo frames, wooden hanging furniture for the living room.

2
Share Interior References
3
Modelling Bar Cupboard

In this lecture, we move into modelling the long bar cabinet using the ribbon modelling tools. Simple way to make such cabinets is discussed. Follow along and share your own designs.

4
Modelling Cushion Stools

In this lecture, we experiment with Cloth Simulation to make our seating cushions. Also we use Freeform Modelling Tools to get the last bit of realism in the model. 

5
Modelling Centre Table - 1

We model the centre table conventionally.

6
Modelling Centre Table - 2

Modelling the Table continues. We model wheels of the table here.


7
Modelling Centre Table - 3

We complete modelling the table in this lecture and move on to game board in next lecture.

8
Modelling Ludo Board Game

Build the Ludo Game Board in this lecture, simple and fast.

9
Modelling Table Lamp

We model the table lamp in this lecture.

10
Modelling Sofa - 1

Sofa will be completed in 3 lectures. We dive into modelling sofa seats, cloth in MD, pillows and in MD. Lots of Fun and lots to learn!

11
Modelling Sofa - 2

Modelling sofa - lecture 2. We get into MD and get our models ready.

12
Modelling Sofa - 3

Modelling sofa continues. This is the last lecture where we get done with Marvelous Designer work and finalize cloth placements before we get into lighting our scene.

Scene 1 - Lighting

1
Model Wall, Lights - Camera - Render

Lights, Camera and Render ! We learn to make camera setting changes and see how to start making good renders.

2
HDRI Lighting & Plants Import

Here, I explain to you the use of HDRI and what it is. How to use in a scene to illuminate it.

Scene 1 - Texturing

1
Lights & Texturing - 1

Here, we complete major lighting and start our texturing series.

2
Texturing - 2

Texture Continues

3
Texturing - 3

Texturing Continues...

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Texturing - 4
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Texturing - 5

Texturing Continues...

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Texturing - 6

Last bit of texturing before moving onto last segment for scene 1.

Scene 1 - Dynamics & Rendering

1
Lights, Hair & Fur

We play around with Hair and Fur and complete our last lighting bit to get our scene ready for render.

2
Render & Render Elements

We discuss how to setup render and how to add render elements in the scene which can be helpful for post processing.

Scene 2 - Interior Scene 2 - Modeling

1
Unit Setup & Table Modelling

Start of scene 2. Setting up and starting with the basics.

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Lecture 25

Lecture 25.

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Lecture 26
Lecture 26
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Lecture 27

Lecture 27

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Lecture 28

Lecture 28

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Lecture 29

Lecture 29

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Lecture 30
Lecture 30
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Lecture 31

Lecture 31

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