Phone digital rendering photoshop tutorial

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 220

In this tutorial you'll learn how to create transparent glassy and shiny phone in Photoshop.

sashik_april on 7:42AM Fri, 06 June 2008

V-ray studio lighting tutorial series PART4_Vray Cameras

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 100

Advance V-Ray studio lighting tutorial from www.renderray.com that explains the creation and setup for the studio lighting, and the usage of vray physical cameras within 3d Max. Here in this forth part, we will create and place the vray cameras and we will explain briefly about its settings and comparing them with eachother

orkut on 2:19AM Tue, 03 June 2008

V-ray studio lighting tutorial series PART5_Vray Materials

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 191

Advance V-Ray studio lighting tutorial from www.renderray.com that explains the creation and setup for the studio lighting, and the usage of vray physical cameras within 3d Max. Here in this fifth part, we will create some materials and explain the material parameters assign them to objects and make test renders

orkut on 2:21AM Tue, 03 June 2008

"Angie" Modeling in Poser, rendering in Bryce and Photoshop textures

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 2972 / System Requirements: Windows or Macintosh PC; Poser, UV Mapper, Bryce and Photoshop

A very descriptive tutorial that guides you through creating your character in Poser, making a UV map, importing into Bryce, using photos, creating and adding textures and fine details in Photoshop. For beginners to advanced users.

ralphmanis on 12:00AM Sat, 05 January 2002

"Bridge/2" walk-through.

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 1158

Tips and techniques for effective lighting, haze and fog in Vue d'Esprit.

erka on 4:23PM Wed, 29 October 2003

"Cartooning" 3D render images

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 1207 / System Requirements: 3D and 2D package

This explains various ways how to turn a 3d rendered image, in a cartoon-like image, similar to a comic book, using 2d packages like Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, GIMP etc :)

silverblade33 on 8:22AM Mon, 04 February 2008

"Clarity For Realism"

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1833

A postwork tutorial using Jasc Paint Shop Pro. This tutorial teaches basic techiniques in adding clarity and smoothness for a finished, vibrant protrait. Focuses on Poser Renders, but could be used in any type of photograph.Beginner to moderate skill level.

brookekroegerdesigns on 2:35PM Wed, 27 July 2005

"Color Me Brilliant"

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1802

A postwork tutorial using Jasc Paint Shop Pro. This tutorial teaches basic techiniques in adding brilliance and color techniques for a finished, vibrant protrait. Focuses on Poser Renders, but could be used in any type of photograph. Beginner to moderate skill level.

brookekroegerdesigns on 8:23PM Thu, 28 July 2005

"Monarch Butterfly"

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 556 / System Requirements: Windows or Macintosh PC; Bryce 3D and Photoshop

A very in depth look into the Bryce "Terrain Editor" Starting with Photoshop to create and prepare your images to be modeled into detailed meshes and adding photo realistic texture maps. Completely posable insect wings, body, antenna's and legs. For beginners to advanced users.

ralphmanis on 12:00AM Sun, 25 August 2002

"The Doctor is Out...(to lunch)!" +DG#002 Animation

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1038

Have fun exploring Poser animation with the second installment of notorious tutorials from the good doctor with: +DG#002 Animation.

LillianH on 2:54PM Mon, 29 March 2004

"The Doctor is Out...(to lunch)!" +DG#003 Hard & Soft Edges

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 681

The third installment of Dr. Geep's infamous tutorials. This one explores the differences in these two edges and how to make use of both in Poser with: +DG#003 Hard & Soft Edges

LillianH on 9:20AM Fri, 21 May 2004

"The Doctor is out...(to lunch)" +DG#001 Joint Parameters

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1144

Many of you already are already familiar with the good doctor and his notorious tutorials for Poser. Renderosity is proud to present "The Doctor is Out...(to lunch)!" with Dr Geep as a Featured Contributor and bring you the first in his series of tutorials on Poser 4. So, let's begin with: +DG#001 Joint Parameters!

LillianH on 8:48AM Mon, 22 March 2004

"The Shape" - Using Distorted Lattices

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 715

This is how I went about warping rj001's shape to make the different parts of my structure I made for the Bryce Forum's April Challenge. It's real easy and requires no real talent (the real secret behind everything I do). I'll go through the whole process with one of my shapes.

AgentSmith on 1:17AM Wed, 28 May 2003

"When doves fly" {nudity}

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1085

This is a new tutorial based on how I made my image .It covers the cloth and postwork in the image.Thanks for watching and I hope it will be of help to you.Dalinise.

dalinise on 2:11AM Mon, 17 February 2003

#32: Subsurface Scattering in Vue

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 701 / System Requirements: Vue 6

How to get Subsurface scattering or Translucency as it's called in Vue, to work well on flesh :)Note: Nudity!

silverblade33 on 5:35AM Mon, 06 October 2008

1+1=3D

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 1344 / System Requirements: Just about any version of Poser will do.

Isn't it odd that for all the excitement of 3d modeling and animation applications you still look at a 2d view of the 3d world?I thought so. Using Poser I figured out a better way by setting up a parallel view stereoscopic window that provides an exponentially better option. With one camera parented to another, 4D flying through animated sequences is unparalleled, so to speak. I'm pretty sure you haven't seen anything like it before.It was originally posted on Renderosity a few years ago but it has apparently been misplaced so I'm uploading it again with the hope that it will again inspire others to see for themselves.I can not overstate how much easier it is to place and animate multiple objects in true stereoscopic 3d by eliminating the need to reposition the camera in order to make sure objects are in apparent proximity.

EyeSoare on 3:57PM Sun, 01 June 2008

2D Brushes in Photoshop & Paint Shop Pro, for beginners

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 406 / System Requirements: Paint SHop Pro, Photoshop

Basic explanation of how brushes can be varied to give random effects and more natural looks in Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop.

silverblade33 on 11:33PM Sat, 29 March 2008

2D Portrait Tutorial TAKE TWO

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 2527

Tutorial on how to create portraits using Adobe Photoshop or other similar software

tevoboy on 6:54PM Thu, 29 March 2007

2D Texture Enhancment Of A Landscape Render Using Photoshop Layers and Layer Styles

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 448

This tutorial illustrates how to add a touch of photo realism to a landscape render by enhancing selected 2D textures using Photoshop Layer and Layer Style features.

nuski on 9:51PM Wed, 30 June 2004

3-Braid Rope Insert Brush for ZBrush

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 40 / System Requirements: ZBrush 4R6, Rhino 3D

Someday I will be more proficient in ZBrush - after several days going through the tutorials, the manual, etc. and hours trying to do a simple 3-braid rope-twist using ZB, I resorted to my old simple stand-by Rhino 3D (yes a Nurbs modeler) to model the segment. Imported obj into ZBrush, tweaked it with ZB's remesher and got something passable as an insert brush... a bit more tweaking with brush stretch, welding, etc. needed. For me at this point a far less painful and much shorter work flow

Nate on 1:40PM Sun, 02 November 2014

3d (Anaglyph) Movies in Poser

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 936

The easiest way I know to render 3d movies using a 3d program.

Mobbster on 1:02PM Mon, 06 September 2004

3D Anaglyphic Panoramas in Bryce 5

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 324

Create fairly realistic 3D panoramas in Bryce 5 and Adobe Photoshop that, when viewed through 3D anaglyphic glasses, appear to have a real sense of depth.

Newms34 on 9:33AM Sat, 14 June 2003

3D Images from any photo or image!!

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 761 / System Requirements: Paint dot net and anaglyph plug in, pair of 3D glasses (red - green)

I found a way to make any image into a 3D anaglyph image, this is fairly simple and done on Paint dot net. You will need to go dig out Your old 3D glassed (red-green) to see any of these.

justanother1 on 12:42AM Thu, 24 December 2009

3D integration into real world Mini tutorial

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 839 / System Requirements: Poser 7 or Poser pro, background picture, Photoshop

3D to 2D integration mini video tutorial for beginners

Mec4D on 10:48AM Mon, 13 April 2009

3D Max mentalray Architectural exterior light& render setup tutorial

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 296 / System Requirements: 3d max 2008

In this video tutorial of www.renderray.com, we will work on the Exterior Light setup, Render settings & HDRI, Environment Effects And Mental Ray Photographic Exposure Control setup to make a realistic and professional render. To download the sample scene go to www.renderray.com Renderray is an online cg community specialised in rendering, where you can download and view the professional 3D scenes, tutorials and templates of vray, mentalray, final render, etc...

orkut on 1:21PM Fri, 11 July 2008