Blender: Rendering with Cycles

Blender: Rendering with Cycles

Blender: Rendering with Cycles is an Intermediate level study on 3D + Animation, created by the author, George Maestri. This study is a critical step for a person who needs to sharpen his/her 3D + Animation skills. It gives you a thorough grip on 3D + Animation, Architecture, CAD, Photography, Lighting, Video, Materials, Rendering, Visual Effects, Blender, 3D + Animation, Architecture, CAD, Photography, Lighting, Video, Materials, Rendering, Visual Effects and Blender.

Free Download - Blender: Rendering with Cycles
Author George Maestri
Publish Date 1/24/2013
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 28m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 26
Last Update N/A

The open-source 3D graphics suite Blender now offers Cycles, a rendering engine that adds a new degree of realism and professionalism to your projects. In this course, George Maestri introduces Cycles, and reviews its lighting types, materials, and render settings. Learn how to layer shaders, enhance surfaces with texture and gloss, and add lifelike lighting and shadows to your scenes. In the final chapter, follow along with a small, self-contained project, where a simple architectural interior will be rendered.

Topics include:

  • Controlling interactive rendering
  • Using the shader node system
  • Adding textures to materials
  • Adding bumps and displacements
  • Adding primary and secondary lights
  • Using ambient occlusion
  • Using objects as light sources
  • Creating cameras

Blender: Rendering with Cycles : Video Lessons

  • Welcome51s
  • Using the exercise files32s
  • Enabling the Cycles renderer2m 7s
  • Controlling interactive rendering1m 33s
  • Understanding render settings3m 20s
  • Understanding basic Cycles materials4m 49s
  • Using the shader node system3m 51s
  • Layering shaders using the Mix node4m 47s
  • Adding textures to materials4m 25s
  • Creating glossy surfaces4m 19s
  • Adding bumps and displacements7m 8s
  • Creating realistic glass5m 47s
  • Exploring lighting types for Cycles6m 1s
  • Controlling shadows in Cycles2m 42s
  • Using ambient occlusion2m 44s
  • Creating environmental light3m 43s
  • Using objects as a light source5m 47s
  • Configuring the scene2m 15s
  • Creating the camera3m 42s
  • Setting up an environment2m 2s
  • Adding primary lights4m 17s
  • Adding secondary lights4m 29s
  • Creating a soft box2m 24s
  • Configuring ambient light2m 17s
  • Final rendering2m 20s
  • Next steps28s

Recommended video tutorials from YouTube.

  • Blender 2.8 Beginner Tutorial - Part 15: Cycles Rendering (final part)
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  • 18 Ways to Speed Up Blender Cycles Rendering
  • Blender tutorial showing you how to reduce your cycles render speeds. I'll show you 18 methods for optimizing your scenes and rendering faster :) (Text ...

  • DateTime : 2017-05-25 03:26:24
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  • Blender Tutorial - Rendering with Cycles
  • In this tutorial I go into some detail on the many settings available when rendering with the Blender Cycles engine and also, provide a few tips and tricks for ...

  • DateTime : 2015-06-28 07:15:28
  • Source : Sardi Pax

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