Creating a Night-time Architectural Interior Render in V-Ray 6 for Rhino

In this new Simply Rhino V-Ray video tutorial, part of our new ‘Getting Started with V-Ray’ series, we create a night-time architectural interior render using V-Ray 6 for Rhino 7.

Image is a render showing a basement office set-up with a reception area. There are suspended round ceiling lights and people meeting in the reception area as well as working on laptops in the desk area.

Adding Elements and Materials from Chaos Cosmos

The starting point for this video is the same model and settings as used in our previous daylight V-Ray Architectural Exterior tutorial. We look at examining and adjusting the camera exposure and adding interior elements and materials from Chaos Cosmos before going on to add various lights into the scene and adjusting these to suit the night-time exterior environment. 

Detailed Set-up of Lights and Emissive Materials

Next steps are to look at the set-up of Rectangular Lights, Mesh Lights, Sphere Lights and Emissive Materials and this is demonstrated in some detail. Finally to complete the tutorial we showcase V-Ray Light Mix – a useful tool to make changes to the lighting after the render has completed.

V-Ray 6 and Rhino 7 – Architectural Interior Rendering Video

Find Out More About Rhino, V-Ray, and our CAD Training

Simply Rhino are the UK’s Favourite Supplier of Rhino and Rhino Plugin Software. If you’d like to find out more then you have several options:

Interested in Product Design rendering with V-Ray?

Then watch our V-Ray 6 for Rhino Product Design Render tutorial video.