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V-Ray 2013 Architectural Showreel

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Up and Running With Particle Flow in 3ds Max


Video Training Course - Up and Running With Particle Flow in 3ds Max
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V-Ray 2013 Advertising Showreel

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V-Ray 2013 Automotive Showreel

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Creating Simulations in MassFX and 3ds Max


Video Training Course - Creating Simulations in MassFX and 3ds Max
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V-Ray 2013 Animation Showreel

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New 'In Print' from Author Brian Bradley

New 'In Print' from Author Brian Bradley

Every Sketch Up user wants to present their designs in the best possible light. What better way to bring them to life than to present them in a genuinely photographic manner? Although the V-Ray render engine has been available to SketchUp users for a good number of years now, the release of the 2.0 Version takes the production of photographic renders in SketchUp to a whole new level.

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