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Realistic Architectural Rendering with 3ds Max and V-Ray (Autodesk Media and Entertainment Techniques) Paperback – 4 Dec 2009
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About the Author
Roger Cusson is an active educator and consultant working in the professional and academic architectural field. He has authored several titles on Autodesk Viz and 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design, AutoCAD and Revit.
Jamie Cardoso is a senior 3D artist and special effects designer. Currently he is working as a 3D Consultant for a variety of professional organizations worldwide. Find more information at jamiecardoso-mentalray.blogspot.com.
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I've just got to chapter 2: Materials In Mental Ray and the materials browser has changed since this book was written. In fact "Pro Materials" which is gives several pages attention doesn't seem to be a name that is used in the software anymore.
I've not completed the book and so far I do like it, the chapter on materials has a lot of pictures and examples that show you how changing various settings affect the final render. They are still useful lessons, but it feels a little clunky as the interface that they show you has changed.
Perhaps I'll write a little more about it the further I get.
Having said that I would still strongly recommend it to anyone trying to learn visualisation.
The layout of the book is very good and easy to follow
Updated and better even than the 1st edition.
Highly recommended to my students and used for my own development
Subject Leader CAD
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