Showing posts with label VRAY PROXY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label VRAY PROXY. Show all posts

May 3, 2014

Visopt exterior scene #28- vrmesh- proxy - hdri- vray 2.0

A big thank you to our friend Ngotrung Ngo (You can contact him by clicking on its name)  who allowed us to share this file containing the Visopt of the scene that you see in the image below, trees and grass proxy,  vrmesh and HDRI used to achieve this excellent result, made with V-Ray 2.0.
I remind you that this link you can find explanations of how to use the Vrmesch, and Proxy with vray 1.6 or 2.0.
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Apr 28, 2014

Vray for sketchup proxy grass package #1

Let us thank our friend Empoy Medina  for this package contains 3 very great  elements vray for sketchup grass proxy . For those who wishes to deepen how to use the proxy material click here for tutorial
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Apr 18, 2014

Free sketchup model - vray setting - moderne house #17

Comes from Vietnam, this great 3d model shared with us today by our now well-known architect friend, Nguyen Khanh Vu, who lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City.
The 3D scene that is a modern villa, is available in sketchup 8, complete with all textures, trees and grass proxy, ready to be rendered with V-Ray 1.6 or Vray 2.0

For those who are starting with the 3D visualization, we recall that in V-Ray for SketchUp,  there is a way to replace the proxy geometry by any other object. Every single vertices and faces consume memory of ram, meaning That if you have several proxy in the scene, not only the SketchUp feedback is slower, but You Could Be Wasting memory of ram needed to Achieve a high resolution render. That is why it is a good idea to replace the actual low polygon proxy representation for an even simpler geometry blackberries. In this document we are going to replace the Proxy triangle representation for a single surface with the image of the proxy object. You can know more about by clicking here and by reading the new guide V-Ray for SketchUp 2.0
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Apr 15, 2014

Sketchup model Farnsworth House, vray setting, virmesh & proxies, #16

Excellent contribution to this 3d model of Farnsworth House, which comes to us from our friend Roquemar Beltran Design.

The Farnsworth House, built by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1951 and located near Plano, Illinois, is one of the most famous examples of modernist domestic architecture and was unprecedented Considered in Its Day.

The scene 3d,  available in sketchup 2013,  is full of textures and any useful element to the process of rendering with Vray 1.6 or Vray 2.0. In fact also includes all the 3d trees visible in the render, 3d grass, proxies and virmesh. For those who want to explore the use of V-Ray Proxy recommend viewing this video tutorial, published by Chaos Group  and the user's guide "2d Proxies in Vray for sketchup"
Thank you very much Roquemar for generously sharing with us this beautiful scene,result of his professionalism, of his tireless pursuit of perfection, and his passion for 3D visualization

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Feb 18, 2014


An excellent contribution there comes today from our friend Empoy Medina, to whom we extend our thanks. The 3d model ( made ​​in sketchup 2013) , is a modern house in the forest.  In order to facilitate your training, Empoy shared full of texturesHDRI used in the scene, material vray proxy

The model is also equipped with all the necessary settings for the realization of the rendering with vray 1.6, and is supported by an excellent tutorial, which step by step explains the work steps.
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Dec 23, 2013


the Christmas gift 2013, comes from Malolos which is a beautiful town of Philippines a few kilometers from Manila. To send it you our friend William Marcos Pangilinan ...and I guarantee you that this really is a huge gift! In the sharing of this villa 3d model , made with sketchup 2013, and ready to be rendered with vray 1.6, Marcos added
- The individual textures with bump and displacement
- The material Vray VISMAT used
- The material HDRI + SUN, dome light setting and sketchup shadow settimg
- The material vray PROXY
- The scene of VISOPT
- 2 different folders containing the 3d models of plants, flowers and vegetation
A big thank you to our friend for this excellent sharing and congratulations for the wonderful render that has made ! 
VISMAT, HDRI, VISOPT scene, textures,  vray proxy 

in thanking all those who are following we take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and peaceful Christmas 2013 ... and we ask you not to forget to click on the Donate button in order to plead our project to be able to better structure this site and sharing service. Even one euro is an important gesture :D 
a big hug to all,  Rosanna. 

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Nov 7, 2013


Vray Proxy grass
Being able to make a nice lawn realistic is one of the first difficulties we encounter when we begin
to make our first render.

Basically, with any rendering engine we are working on, not only you need to choose the excellent textures (sometimes I see lawns that look just the floors) but you also have to choose the suitable texture to the scene.

For those who still do not know, in our section "Grass texture" there is a wide range of seamless images. This model, vray proxy grass  made by Phunguyen Vfs, it is certainly an excellent support with which you can get the test result you see in the render below, performed with vray by our young architect Bharath Musunuri. A big thanks to both our friends for this great contribution !

modeled by  Phunguyen Vfs - render test by Bharath Musunari

Jul 18, 2013

TUTORIAL VRAY1.6 for SKETCHUP Mesh workflow

Hello everyone guys !
our friend Suresh Tamang,  from Nepal,  wanted to share with us this useful tutorial vray mesh workflow that we are sure will be may help many
Thank you very much Suresh ! 

here is the tutorial

Jun 18, 2013


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step by step tutorial, real grass, the scattering of grass is did it with the plugin Make Fur for sketchup,
and the patch of grass component is of course a proxy
This file includes full 3D scene in sketchup , proxies and textures used.

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