V-Ray My Way: A Practical Designer's Guide to Creating Realistic Imagery Using V-Ray & 3ds Max

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CRC Press, Sep 4, 2014 - Computers - 218 pages

V-Ray My Way: A Practical Designers Guide to Creating Realistic Imagery Using V-Ray & 3ds Max is a practical, hands-on guide to creating some of the most stunning computer-generated images possible. It caters to the design masses; architects, engineers, interior designers, industrial designers, photographers, and enthusiasts will find this book essential in their quest to express themselves through visual communication. V-Ray My Way is an accumulation of 13 years of experimental experience and will have you creating content within minutes, help grow your company, help develop your portfolio, and help you make that career leap. Additional resources and exercises are available at the book’s companion website, http://routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/_author/wylde-9780415709637/



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1 My Experience and Background Story
2 Methodology How to Use this Book
3 Introduction to My Workflow
4 Interior Daytime Scenes
5 Interior Evening Scenes
6 Interior Mockup Scenes
7 Exterior Daytime Scenes
8 Exterior Evening Scenes
9 Automotive Scenes
10 Shooting HDRIS

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Lee Wylde began his career in the UK as an architectural apprentice, spending 4 years at a leading British Architectural practice whilst studying construction science. At the age of 20 he had founded Foothill Studios, which provided visualization services to property developers, furniture designers, interior designers and many more industries. Wylde has significant multi-faceted experience in design, including architectural design, retail design, commercial interior design, design strategy, and practice management. Over the past 13 years, he has provided creative consultancy services to clients in the USA, Europe, and Middle East. Currently, Wylde is engaged in design activities in the Middle East and is midway through his MA Interior Design Program at the National Design Academy in the UK.

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