Introduction to Maya - Rendering in Arnold
This course will look at the fundamentals of rendering in Arnold. We'll go through the different light types available, cameras, shaders, Arnold's render settings and finally how to split an image into render passes (AOV's), before we then reassemble it i
# 1 26-07-2011 , 07:58 AM
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# 2 26-07-2011 , 08:51 AM
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Good Luck Mate....................user added image

# 3 26-07-2011 , 12:36 PM
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Alright matey...show us what you will do with this one....this is right up my alley but I will forgo as usual LOL...too busy creating real environments....good luck mate.

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# 4 26-07-2011 , 12:53 PM
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good luck murambi.

# 5 26-07-2011 , 02:18 PM
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# 6 28-07-2011 , 09:19 AM
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Thanks guys cant wait to see your entrys too so Im done with my concepts and I decided to models a building thats in an isolated area with lots of vegetation kind of like an isolated building here is a quick proxy scene

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# 7 28-07-2011 , 03:51 PM
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Looks like a good default starting scene :-) . I like the idea for lots of vegetation, makes me think of the Gardens of Babylon, etc. Something mind blowing in terms of lots of vegetation, waterfalls, a lavish garden, butterflies, birds, etc. a Dream Office surrounded by nature, exotic plants, animals, etc.

# 8 28-07-2011 , 05:38 PM
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Haha im thinking of all of that except waterfalls Dont think I have enough ram for that considering im going to be converting paintfx to polygons

# 9 28-07-2011 , 05:47 PM
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Why convert, render in maya software in another layer would be a lot faster........dave




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# 10 29-07-2011 , 12:43 AM
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Nice Start murambi............... Good Luck...........

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Wow so I see everyone is moving at quite the speed so this is just a test render for vegetation and messing around with the overall layout

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# 13 02-08-2011 , 09:44 AM
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I think your suns to bright its washing out the colour of your trees..........dave

lol there's no colour there mate its just a white lambert

# 14 02-08-2011 , 10:12 AM
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that office would be a nightmare to do lighting and compositing in!

# 15 02-08-2011 , 11:11 PM
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Cool user added image . Nice, huge windows, -the tree gives a good idea for how it looks like you want nature/plants to play a large part in your design. Maybe make those windows work as touch screen monitors, 'invisible' monitors, light sensing, Electrochromic windows - Smart Glass, etc. Reminds me of this house a little bit. Nice work!

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