Ambient Night Scene | VRay Lighting Tutorial

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Not all render scenes have to be midday and cheery bright; some scenes look better with a moody night ambiance.

The problem with ambient night scenes is that you may end up adding too much or too little lighting, and your render ends up being flat and/or grainy.

In this tutorial I’ll give you 7 basic tips that will never fail you, no matter what your model or scene is like.

I welcome any questions or suggestions for new tutorial videos, so what do you want to learn next?

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Resources you may need

– How to Add Background and Sky | Sketchup & VRay:

– How to Create a Realistic Background | Sketchup and VRay:

– How to Create Realistic Curtains | Sketchup and VRay Tutorial:

– How to Create and Render Realistic Fire from an Image | Photoshop | VRay | Sketchup:

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Software Used

  • Sketchup 2018.
  • VRay Next (4.00.02).
  • Photoshop Cs6 Extended.

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