V-Ray for Cinema 4D: Beginner’s Guide to Interior Design Rendering

Chaos Group in collaboration with a 3D Artist, Nejc Kilar has shared a series of step-by-step tutorials for creating interior renders. 

Chaos Group has shared a V-Ray for Cinema 4D tutorial series. At the moment there are 5 published parts of the tutorial mentored by Nejc Kilar, a 3D Artist at Chaos, an experienced, award-winning visual designer based in Slovenia. 

'Enthusiasm towards anything visual design-related is my driving force. I consider my line of work fun and challenging.', says Nejc. 

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Nejc shows the full process of creating minimalistic, interior renders. He walks the viewers through the whole workflow - from modeling the scene, right to the final rendering and post-processing, explaining all the basics needed to create photorealistic interior design renderings with V-Ray for Cinema 4D. The Chaos Group team mentions that the tutorial series will be useful to beginner-level creatives, as well as more experienced users who are new to V-Ray 5 for Cinema 4D.

In the first video, Nejc explains the modeling stage, setting the context for the rest of the videos to come and getting you familiar with the scene he’ll be working with. Plus, he also gives some useful tips and tricks that you can apply right away. 

The second tutorial will feature the lighting process. In this video, the mentor shows two different techniques that you can use to do that — setting up an HDRI lighting, and using V-Ray's physically accurate sun and sky system. He also demonstrates how you can experiment with your lighting right from the V-Ray Frame Buffer, adjusting the exposure, white balance, and applying color corrections using curves. 

The third part is dedicated to basic materials and the process of creating the wall and floor materials. The next video covers the process of adding symmetry and texture to the composition, with the real-time workflow for creating a realistic stone wall effect.

In the 5th video, which was published on the 11th of March, Nejc shares his insights about Chaos Cosmos, showing how to import 3D assets with a few clicks and how to edit them.

You may find the full list of the tutorials on the Chaos Group's YouTube channel and learn more about V-Ray for Cinema 4D here. Also, don't forget to join our new Reddit pageour new Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we are sharing breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.  

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