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9 de febrero de 2009

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La verdad es que viendo lo que dicen los del {E}vermotion - 3D models, textures, tutorials, architecture, 3D graphic, vray, 3ds max en su artículo sobre el nuevo libro que acaba de salir tratando el tema del VRay, dan ganas de comprarlo pero ya. Se trata de VRay - THE COMPLETE GUIDE y os pongo un poco resumido lo que dicen en el artículo en cuestión:

When I first time took VRay - THE COMPLETE GUIDE into my hand, I thought to myself: how to read through such an amount of information and don't give up? But it was just the first impression. The second was completely different: I couldn't help feeling that it's more a book of graphics provided with explanations, than a text supported by graphics. It's because of author's assumption: "images and tests (...) can explain a renderization program better than words". That's why we can find here over 2300 color images and around 3200 renders, referring to all the VRay commands. A whole closed in a hard-covered, 1024 page book.

The main aim of the book is to show how to create photorealistic visualizations and simply achieve the result we want to.

In the book one can find some references to the DVD. For example when still image can't explain discussed issue as animation can, or to observe some images enlarged. Enclosed DVD contains 32 animations, many illustration and software: DEMO version of 3ds Max 2009, all VRay DEMO versions presently available (for 3ds Max, Maya, Rhino, SketchUp), also 2 plug-in freeware: Color Correct, Greeble and GUI4vrimg2exr, graphic interface for VRay's vrimg2exr tool.