Professional Work Using mental ray

On the nVidia mental ray forums they’re looking to showcase the work you’ve done at studios using mental ray. Specifically modern techniques like Unified Sampling or IBL work.

For example, Lexus – Beast produced at The Mill: Lexus – Beast

Take a look here and show off your hard work! mental ray Clips Wanted

Lexus "Beast" © produced at The Mill

About David

I am a VFX artist that specializes in Lighting and Rendering. I spend a fair amount of my time supplying clients with artistic solutions as well as technology solutions. With a background in fine art and technical animation training, I strive to bridge the divide between the artist and technologist.

Posted on April 24, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. i see this http://www.toyota.com/landcruiser/vehicle-tour.html
    incredible!!! amazing work..
    only one problem with the flickering in the backgroud..but the rest of the video are great..

    • It is very nice, and to be honest, the compression makes it hard to tell the source of the flickering. I know the fgshooter was used so I think it’s probably the compression artifacts.

      • fgshooter only works in maya?
        do you use new mentalray features in 3dsmax in mr standalone version?
        i use it but with artur leao script… it works fine but i dont see fgshooter in this script …
        David, congrat for your effort and motivation…. you make a great job!

      • Hi Richard, fgshooter is available in Max but there’s a difference in how the camera translates information from Max to mental ray. This script is designed specifically with Maya in mind. I can’t find it now but I do remember seeing a fgshooter script somewhere online for 3ds Max.

      • Hey guys.

        Thanks for the comments.

        The flickering you see is a result of the compression that has been applied by the client for the web upload. Bit annoying. I will post a link to a 2k clean version sometime next week.

        Cheers,

        Richard

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