Rendering with Mental Ray and 3ds Max [NOOK Book]

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Get the simple explanation of how shaders work, and learn how to achieve outstanding renders with an integrated application of mental ray features.
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Rendering with Mental Ray and 3ds Max

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Overview

Get the simple explanation of how shaders work, and learn how to achieve outstanding renders with an integrated application of mental ray features.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780080525167
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 3/20/2007
  • Series: Other 3ds Max (Arch Vis) bundle Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 13 MB
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Meet the Author

Joep van der Steen is formally trained as a civil engineer. He has worked in computer animation and visualization for the past 15 years, devoting recent years to sales and training for 3ds Max and Viz within the Benelux countries. As an extension of his training activities Joep hosts an internet support portal (www.3dstudio.nl) with related tutorials and models, and annually teaches a high school level course on the fundamentals of 3ds Max. Joep mastered mental ray rendering by repeatedly throwing himself into its cold deep waters without water wings.
Joep van der Steen is formally trained as a civil engineer. He has worked in computer animation and visualization for the past 15 years, devoting recent years to sales and training for 3ds Max and Viz within the Benelux countries. As an extension of his training activities Joep hosts an internet support portal (www.3dstudio.nl) with related tutorials and models, and annually teaches a high school level course on the fundamentals of 3ds Max. Joep mastered mental ray rendering by repeatedly throwing himself into its cold deep waters without water wings.

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Table of Contents

Important information before we get started, Switching on Mental ray, mental ray render scene dialog Panels; Mental ray and lights, Introduction, mental ray renderer specific light options and Rollouts; mental ray with materials and Shaders, Introduction, Mental ray and standard materials, Mental ray and Architectural materials, Mental ray and mental ray materials, mental ray and mental ray Shaders

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