Vray Fog | a quick inside

I don't often use VrayEnvirnonmentFog, but I did want to take a few minutes to point out how to control it and get the results that you want.  I don't want to get into all of the settings, but I

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The Magic Behind a Shanghai Sculpture

Architectural visualization is as much art as it is science. And the best projects are often those that stretch us across both dimensions. Our latest post uncovers the secrets behind a recent creation from TILTPIXEL artist, Adam Blair. Adam joined

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Camera Settings for Renderings and Photography

We may be based in Houston, but we create renderings of amazing buildings all over the world, and one of the questions I’m asked often is “How do we make them look so real?” I will say 3ds Max as

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Interview with Autodesk at AU2015

We were fortunate enough to be interviewed by Autodesk last year at AU 2015.  Below are a few clips from our interview that shed some insight into a few of our processes. This is the full class that sheds a

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V-ray Spotlights!

V-ray is great, the GI, the speed. But how do you create a spotlight with a v-ray light? It can be done!  Typically when you create a v-ray light, by default, it is a v-ray light plane.  At first glance

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Revit to 3dsmax

Revit among architects is much more common these days, and it makes everyone’s job easier including 3D artists.  However getting that revit model into 3dsmax is not always the most straight forward process, and finding the right workflow from Revit

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