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MADI has already launched 2014 Master Course Vray Module basic programme.
This time Matt Guetta, Jacinto Monteiro and Pixela will be invited.
Anyone that has the opportunity to be in Venice can join the Master.
Can´t wait to enjoy some more Spritz with the students!
Follow the link here!
We just started a free downloading promo in our facebook page. Anyone can now download FAUP Exteriors model and play with it.
Check our promo section and download the full exterior scene there.
You may also want to check first all final images of this 3d project before downloading it:
We are pleased to announce that all four days of V-Ray lessons, teached by Jacinto Monteiro, went well at the “Master Archittetura Digitale IUAV” in Venice, Italy. It was great to know you all better this year. Thank you all for the support and all the Spritz.
This material allows you to use procedural DarkTree shaders. From wood, to metal, stone and so on. We were curious about this type of material and made some quick tests. We are amazed how easy it is! This isn´t something new, but why haven´t we seen anyone talking about it in a specific arch viz work etc?
We´re sure it can become even better by using Vray Blend Mtl to mix things up. Love how the ocean water looks and it comes already animated!
Anyone has got good experience with this type of materials?
Image examples, etc?
More information here: http://www.darksim.com/
Metro Cúbico Digital was once again invited by the IUAV University to go to Venice-Italy and teach V-Ray to Architects and Engineers Master students. Jacinto Monteiro will provide lessons of the famous plugin associated with Arch Viz techniques.
The event is going to take place between 8th and 16th of March, so if you are from the University or near Venice don´t hesitate in getting in touch with us. Even if you aren´t from the Master Course there is always the possibility to meet the artist and arrange a CG coffee chat.
This is one of three jobs we are currently producing for outside our country and so, since we are pretty busy and haven´t posted anything relevant lately, we decided to show some images of a series of light tests we created for an UK office recently. We can´t seem to find any better light system than this one and we´re sure we will stick to it for many years to come. In this case the HDRI used was this one here. Thanks Peter Guthrie!