Added by on 2013-05-18

V-Ray Essentials Crash Course
Shading basics, Simple Lights setup, Global Illumination, Render Elements
By Vassil Pepelyankov, 3D Artist and V-Ray Master Trainer

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  • abdelhamid serghini

    which version of very is used in this tutorial. thank u

  • Revilo

    My thoughts the same. It says in the vfb 2.25.10 but I don’t have the deep format or directional area lights with 2.30!

  • jaimin patel

    nice tutorial. thank u

  • thank you for great tutorial, it helps alot!