Learn Free from The Chaos Group CG Specialist: V-Ray for SketchUp Webinar

Get registered in VRay for SketchUp webinar and learn how to set up day scene, from scratch to finish.


V-Ray for SketchUp Webinar

Chaos Group is back with one more exciting online learning video, in the series of their flagship CGI rendering software V-Ray. Details of the webinar are as follows.

Title: VRay for SketchUp
Trainer: Anastasia Zhivaeva (CG Specialist, Chaos Group)
Date: 2nd October, Tuesday, 2018

V-Ray is awarded by Sci-Tech (Scientific and Technical) Academy Awards 2017 for its realistic 3D rendering output in variousblockbuster Hollywood CG and VFX movies.

Anastasia will teach various fundamental tools and techniques to create V-Ray for SketchUp project from initial level. SketchUp is leading 3D modeling software in various verticals including architectural, movies, interior design, series, civil and mechanical engineering and video game design. The online learning video will also explain regarding setting up the frame to working on final touch-up in Adobe Photoshop. She will explain how to setup a day scene from start to finish.

Following topics will be covered in the online session:

  • The camera
  • The environment
  • Lighting
  • Shading
  • Atmospheric effects
  • Rendering settings
  • Frame buffer functions
  • Render elements and compositing

Get registered for the VRay for SketchUp webinar:

Register for Europe & APAC, 11 am to 12 pm, EEST

Register for America, 12 to 1 pm, EDT

For other countries, please click any of above links. It will take you to the webinar registration page where you will be able to change it to time zone of your country.

Anastasia Zhivaeva:

Anastasia Zhivaeva chaos group vray

Anastasia has a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia. Before joining Chaos Group, she worked in architecture, with a concentration on preservation of architectural heritage and interior design and as a graphic designer. Since joining Chaos Group, she has been actively working with V-Ray for 3ds Max, V-Ray for Maya, V-Ray for SketchUp, V-Ray for Rhino and V-Ray for Revit.



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