Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Common render settings

sometimes whenever there is a need to do a very fast 3d modeling and render, I usually use the same template(in this case the file that already completed with setting and ready to render).
open the file and create the new set of model inside the existing file, so the setting of previous render options still intact. Especially the lighting setting can be used all over again maybe with a little bit of touches (ie: lighting colour and so on).

I'll share my file(interior render) it might not be the best setting, but it gives a considerably good result... and I always use it as a template for my regular interior rendering, save the time to 'try and error' the setting and see the result that is desirable to me( cause my pc is not very fast).


its done on sketchup 7 with vray 1.48.xx version.
try it yourself, maybe you can come up with your version "template"

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

V-ray Sun

Parameters such as Turbidity, Ozone, Sun Size, Subdivision, and more are explained in "V-Ray Sun," a short video tutorial recorded by Visual Artist & V-Ray Trainer Fernando Rentas Pedrogo.

This video was recorded using V-Ray for SketchUp but also applies to V-Ray for Rhino.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Plugin: Shape Bender

been so long since I post useful plugins....
nah aku kasi satu la :D

still in beta.... but wth as long as its usable and free whos gonna complain.
created by chris fullmer,


Thursday, September 30, 2010

Interior Illumination - V-Ray for SketchUp

In the September 14, 2010 issue of the ASGVIS newsletter our featured video was called "Creating Vermont Verde Antique Material," available here,

To expand on this video, Fernando will explain how to use GI (Global Illumination ), the V-Ray Sun system and Physical camera to setup the interior illumination in the Vermont Verde scene in this video tutorial.

This tutorial was recorded using V-Ray for SketchUp


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

V-Ray for SKP: the reflection layer

the video shown above explain how to properly create a reflection layer in material setting.
note that this tutorial is for vray for sketchup ver 1.48.xx
a new version of vray for sketchup arms with multiple new features.

Apartment Lobby

It has been a very long time since the last time i did any rendering seriously. Its all because of StarCraft 2 and all other video games that keep me wanting to play more.

i need more practice, noticed that my rendering quality haven't improved much since my last work T_T

using the new public updates of VRAY FOR SKETCH-UP 1.48.83
it is much faster comparing to the old vray 1.5 (1.05.xx) and its have a lot more features that im eagerly to learn later such as vray dirt...

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Interior Render: Vray for Sketchup

A great tutorial on how to render a great interior perspective....
credits to andeciuala for uploading this.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Perspectives for my final project

Some of my killer perspectives(hehehehe perasan)... but unfortunately some of it were out of scale...ngahaha

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

At Last!!!

my boards for my final project year 3

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

My ON-going final year final project


still working on this project.....

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Material: Lake water like material

here the example of the result render from default setting...

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Exterior Render: Vray for Sketchup

a nice tutorial video about exterior rendering from ANDECIUALA. complete from beginning to end.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Studio Project:Anti-Object

simple rendering. all of these done only in one night...and there's more than these

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