Tutorial: Introduction to ArchViz with Megascans
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Tutorial: Introduction to ArchViz with Megascans
10 June, 2019

Polymachine’s Hrvoje Čop has released a tutorial for Quixel that shows how you can use the Megascans library and Quixel Bridge for architectural visualization. The video basically shows you the essential tricks needed to set up a scene that would stand out.

“In this ArchViz tutorial, Polymachine’s Hrvoje Čop goes in-depth into the Megascans library and Quixel Bridge. The scene created is rendered in 3Ds Max, and uses ChaosGroup’s VRay,” states the description.

The Megascans library is more than just beautiful assets for archviz, of course. The library can be used for games, films, animation, and other projects. You can learn more about Megascans and other Quixel tools here.

You can find the assets used in the video here.

Cartoon Water Shader by Adam Homoki is a fascinating highly stylized water material and a river tool with many features including buoyancy, caustic effect, refraction, water depth and more.

Any future updates are included and will be available for download in case they are released.

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