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Vray Studio Light setup in 3ds max tutorial

In this tutorial you will learn How to make Vray Studio Light setup in 3ds max for your model rendering

step 1 : 1st we will create base, GO to the left view and Create curve using Line tool

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Step 2: Select line and apply Extrude modifier from the modifier list and apply some amount

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Step 3: Import and Merge model or product in to the scene

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Step 4: place your model center of base the base using move tool

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Step 5: Now go to top view and create Vray light exactly on the top of the model as you can see in snapshot below.

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Step 6:  Place Vray light on the top of the model by moving into z axis.

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Step 7:  Now Create 2 more Vray plane light (from side view) and place Light on the right of the model.

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Step 8: Again create 1 more light and place it left side of the model as you can check the directions in the image below.

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 This is how it looks in perspective view after placing lights.

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Step 9: Now go to materials by pressing “M” >> go to get materials >> and choose vRaySoftbox

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After applying vRaySoftbox material slot will turn white.

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Step 10: Scroll down and enable(on) Radial Vignette  and Flip it.

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Step 11: Select Left Light and drag and drop vraySoftbox into the texture

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Step 12: Select Light which is placed on the top of the model and apply and apply the same vRaySoftbox to the texture og that light

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Step 13: now for the right side light copy the material by drag and drop  to another material slot (rename it)
and change base color to little towards sky blue.

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Step 14: Now select Right side light and drag and drop vRaySoftbox to the texture

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Step 15: Apply textures to model according to your project .

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Okay now its time to set some render setup settings, Go to Render Setup and apply some basic setting which is shown in image below.

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Final step:  In this tutorial you don’t need to setup vRay camera, All you have to do is go to perspective view and set your view angle and  Hit the render and wait for the result. (you can play with the render setup for more nice results)

FINAL RESULT WE GET . . . . . . . .

Enjoy, be in touch for more cool tutorials 🙂 .. . .

 

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