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01-19-2004, 12:42 PM
hello all! its my first post here in CGtalk. I love this site. Its really useful. I just started learning 3DMAX myself. I came across this website. And I was amazed by how nice the colors were. I would like to learn how I would start by making the lighting and background for this.
The Background and colors is simple.
Here is the website..
I have no idea of the background how did he make everything all white? The Enviroment and the Floor. Is there a way to do that?
And also did he use some sort of Skydome effect?
Where would i position the lights?
And What kinda lights would i Use?
And how many shoud i use?
How can i get that Background...is it just white?
And whats the floor material?
I tried to make it but i get too many shadows from the falloff light.
Please Thanks in advance!
01-19-2004, 09:44 PM
I'm not a MAX user but most of guys are using Brazil or Final Render to get this look by using SkyLight.
If you have this renderers check them , and search for tutorials, I bet there is tons. Last, you could ask in MAX forum here , I'm sure most of MAX users know how to do it.
Edit: here is a cool tut:
01-20-2004, 01:20 AM
Thanks you very much for your reply!
I learned something new today.. :thumbsup:
And the Tuturialz has helped me alot.
Wow...this Brazil Plugin is pretty slick.
Where can i Download the plugin?
Is it free?
01-20-2004, 03:20 PM
if you have max5 or above you don't really need a 3rd party rendering plugin for a simple skylight. to use max's own advanced lighting plugin, go to Rendering ---> Advanced lighting--->select Light Tracer, next in your scene go to the light panel add a skylight, that's it hit render, oh and you might need to add a key light, a spotlight with a multiplier of 1.3 to 2.0 should do.
Brazil (www.splutterfish.com) is $1,200 for the artist bundle and another $750 for a renderfarm bundle. There is a public beta out (it is a beta so many of the features in the full version are disabled in the beta), but the beta will let you do that skylight look you want.
here's a link to that beta version:
01-20-2004, 03:34 PM
Thank you for all your replies...it greatly helped me.:bounce:
But today I found another tutorial to do this while surfing.
Its the same effect I want.
I hope this Tuturial can help someone.
But thank you for everyone that has helped me in my replies.
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