Creating Vray Materials Vol 1-2-3

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Creating Vray Materials - Vol 1-2-3
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Creating Vray Materials - Vol 1-2-3
VisCorbel – Creating V-Ray materials Vol1
How to create some of the most commonly used materials with V-Ray

Here’s what you will learn:

Making seamless textures in Photoshop
Creating bump/reflection maps (including hand-painting a custom wrinkle bump map)
Creating custom dirtmaps
Creating all the materials from scratch
Creating advanced materials with VRayBlendMtl
Creating custom parquet/tile patterns in 3Ds MAX and Photoshop
All the completed materials and textures are also included, you are free to use them as you like.
Here is the list of V-Ray materials we’ll create in this video (click to view image):

Plastic – black, glossy
Plastic – black, matte
Plastic – orange, glossy
Plastic – transparent, blue, clear
Plastic – transparent, green, matte
Plastic – transparent, white
Glass – clear
Glass – frosted
Glass – green
Glass – recycled
Glass – black
Glass – white
Glass – opalescent
Glass – clear with etched pattern
Glass – multicolored
Crystal
Crystal – pink
Metal – chrome
Metal – stainless steel
Metal – stainless steel, matte
Metal – aluminum
Metal – copper
Metal – copper, hammered
Metal – brass
Metal – brass, antique
Metal – silver
Metal – silver, antique
Metal – gold, shiny
Metal – gold leaf
Metal – gold, shiny (fast)
Metal – iron, scratched
Wood – lacquered
Wood – matte
Wood – antique
Wood – antique, worn edges
Wood – dusty
Parquet – glossy
Parquet – matte
Parquet – natural
Paint – black glossy
Paint – black, matte
Paint – blue, glossy
Paint – blue, dirty
Paint – blue, dirty, worn edges
Fabric – soft
Fabric – soft, displaced
Fabric – upholstery
Fabric – velvet, green
Fabric – velvet, green, crushed
Fabric – silk, purple
Fabric – silk, purple, damask
Fabric – velvet pattern on silk base
Fabric – towel
Curtain – simple
Curtain – translucent
Leather – black
Leather – brown
Leather – crocodile
Leather – suede
Leather – distressed
Leather – gold
Porcelain
Marble – white
Marble – white, veiny
Marble – white, veiny, old
Marble – black
Granite – rough
Granite – polished
Tiles – square
Tiles – octagonal
Tiles – octagonal, blend of 2 types of stone
Tiles – octagonal, rough
3ds max 2010+, V-Ray 1.5+ required to open the project files.
This training has an Audio Track.

Creating Vray Materials - Vol 1-2-3
VisCorbel – Creating V-Ray materials Vol2

Learn how to create some of the most commonly used materials for exteriors with V-Ray!
You will learn how to create materials like:

Road
wet road
pavement
stone
brick
corrugated metal
rusty metal
tree bark / leaves / needles
weathered planks
concrete
wire mesh / extended metal
grass (displaced and geometric)
swimming pool (water and tiles)
Using the techniques shown in this video you can create countless variations of these materials to suit your projects!
This time I’m also showing how to render out UVW templates and paint custom maps for those special objects where simple tileable materials will not work.
Displacement map creation from photos and from 3D geometry is also included ;)

I’m using 3Ds max 2013 for this video, but the same methods work for earlier versions as well.
Some of the included test scenes require Forest Pack plugin.

3ds max 2010+, V-Ray 1.5+ required to open the project files.
This training has an Audio Track.

Creating Vray Materials - Vol 1-2-3
VisCorbel – Creating V-Ray materials Vol3
If you think you are ready for some advanced VRay material tricks and techniques, this video tutorial is for you!

VRay has amazing capacity for creating very complex materials. You just have to learn to think outside the box.
I will show you how to use:
VRayBlendMtl, Anisotropy Maps, Faloff Maps, Mix Maps and VRayCarPaintMtl for some very unique looking materials. This is NOT for beginners, but it can open your eyes for some advanced methods you can use in your work.

Learn how to create (click to view images):

Pearl, white
Pearl, black
CD surface
2 layer crackled glass
3 layer crackled glass with gold flakes
Quick and easy ground cover – Dirt, Gravel, Snow
Anisotropic pan
Rough sanded (brushed) metal
Peach with fuzz
Smudged glass
Dirty window
Chameleon Paint

Vol1
http://ryushare.com/1c490876b62e/Viscorbal_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol1.part1.rar
http://ryushare.com/1fec5b0aa68a/Viscorbal_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol1.part2.rar
Or
http://rapidgator.net/file/69664410/Viscorbal_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol1.part1.rar.html
http://rapidgator.net/file/69664411/Viscorbal_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol1.part2.rar.html
Vol2
http://ryushare.com/3791f3ce9365/Viscorbel_Creating_V-Ray_materials_Vol2.part1.rar
http://ryushare.com/264a2b8e68ee/Viscorbel_Creating_V-Ray_materials_Vol2.part2.rar
Or
http://rapidgator.net/file/69664630/Viscorbel_Creating_V-Ray_materials_Vol2.part1.rar.html
http://rapidgator.net/file/69664631/Viscorbel_Creating_V-Ray_materials_Vol2.part2.rar.html
Vol3
http://ryushare.com/1e1ab1c0d43c/VisCorbel_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol3.rar
Or
http://rapidgator.net/file/69664320/VisCorbel_-_Creating_V-Ray_Materials_Vol3.rar.html

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