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Rendering excellence in Arnold


By 3dtotal staff

Web: http://www.leegriggs.com (will open in new window)

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Date Added: 23rd April 2014
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Lee Griggs is a talented 3D artist in Spain, Madrid. As one of the Solid Angle crew, he's in a fantastic position to showcase what the Arnold renderer is capable of!


In this series of images, you can see just how easy it is to create complex scenes with XGen in combination with Maya to Arnold. These are just a few tests that Lee has rendered recently using nothing but a beveled cube as the primitive archive.

Lee has also been working on a series of free XGen tutorials, available here.

Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Related links

Visit Lee Grigg's personal website
Learn more about the Arnold renderer
 
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