Product Design Rendering with V-Ray 6 for Rhino

In this new Simply Rhino introductory level V-Ray video tutorial, part of our new ‘Getting Started with V-Ray’ series, we show how to create a ‘White Studio Render’ in V-Ray 6 for Rhino, in just a few simple steps.

An image of a submersible designed using Rhino 3D software and rendered using V-Ray for Rhino, the object is blue and an oval flat shape with 4 short legs and a grill like surface to the top.

V-Ray for Product Designers

This type of image, where the product sits on a white ground plane and against a white backdrop whilst having interesting lighting and reflections, is widely used in Product Design. Simply Rhino V-Ray trainer and Rhino expert, Phil Cook, explains the default V-Ray lighting and background setup before going on to create an editable image based lighting solution with the V-Ray Dome Light.

Introduction to V-Ray Render Elements

Phil also shows how V-Ray Render Elements can be added to the Render to allow post processing adjustment inside the V-Ray Frame Buffer.

V-Ray 6 and Rhino 7 – Product Design Render Video

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