Architectural visualization workshop in Barcelona 2013

Architectural visualization workshop in Barcelona 2013

Architectural visualization workshop in Barcelona 2013

Description:
The focus of this workshop is to provide participants all the necessary knowledge for being able to make renders inside Rhino platform. We will be using V-ray 1.5 for Rhino to develop such renderings.

In these two intense days, participants will learn the workflow for rendering inside Rhino with the V-ray plugin. As a plugin, V-ray works inside the Rhino interface and makes easy all the process of rendering because it is not necessary to change to another application or exporting geometry.

The course will start with the basics of rendering and will cover more advanced settings to end up with some tips for post-producting those renders in Adobe Photoshop. Participants will develop typical case studies about rendering architectural visualizations, interior visualizations and product design among other basic case studies that use render as main representation technique. While developing those case studies, participants will learn how to handle V-ray parameters and how to create textures inside the normal workflow for rendering.
Day one will start as introduction and will end with some advanced topics, day two will cover advanced settings and postproduction.

Details:
Instructor: Matúš Nedecký from FlyingArchitecture
Language: Classes will be conducted in English
Schedule: 07.03.2013 – 08.03.2013 // 9.00-18.00
Organizers: LaTiendaDelCAD + SMD + FlyingArchitecture
Venue: McNeel Europe Offices, c/ Roger de Flor 32-34, 08018 Barcelona

A base knowledge of Rhino would be helpful for focusing deeper in V-ray render settings. No necessary knowledge of rendering is required though it will also be helpful.

Software:
Rhinoceros 5
V-ray For Rhino 1.5
Abode Photoshop CS4+

Everyone on the workshop will get the 30% discount coupon for all these 3 online stores:

3D visualizations: Rhinoceros 5 + V-Ray 1.5 + Photoshop CS5
LaTiendaDelCAD + SMD + FlyingArchitecture
Barcelona MARCH/2013
McNeel Europe offices:

Registration:
Students* : 299€
Professionals: 399€

For registry, please visit LaTienda del CAD website where you can find all the information needed.

Registrations made before 4th February will get a discount over the price:

Early Bird promo Student* : 199€ (+tax, more info here.)
Early Bird promo Professional: 299€ (+tax, more info here.)
*Students will have to proof their status with a student ID

The course will be confirmed as soon as the minimum number of participants is reached, and no later than the 11th February.

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