Chaos China’s Shusen Zhao talks to render challenge winners and judges about their journeys in 3D, finding inspiration — and how they choose competition winners.
What does the future hold for us? DesignMorphine graduate students visualize resilient homes, interstellar stages, and more in their master thesis projects.
DesignMorphine graduates share their incredible master thesis projects and tell us how V-Ray and its features have become crucial parts of their design workflow.
Your invitation to an out-of-this-world getaway: fire up your 3D software, add rocket fuel to your imagination, and take us to your dream space vacation spot.
Educators Nikos Nikolopolous and Nicklas Byriel reveal what it takes to enter the field of 3D, and how to stay motivated and creative. Plus, top Light Mix tricks.
Lightbulb moments: Find out how students at Nikos Nikolopolous’ Creative Lighting courses learn to take a cinematographic approach to illuminating their scenes.
How do you teach computational thinking? DesignMorphine talks us through how its new Master of Science program is creating and empowering designers of tomorrow.
Come fly with squee: Seonghyeon Park’s unique image scooped the public vote in our student rendering contest. He tells us about its inspiration and creation.
A robot in the headlights: Elvira Trofimova’s dazzling image brings FLCL's Canti and Haruko to life. Find out how V-Ray for Maya helped her create and render it.
Student competitions launch careers, enhance skill sets, and inspire amazing artwork. Find out how taking part is your shortcut to the professional world.
Dare to dream big and render the world your way. We invite you to demonstrate your passion for 3D art by using your imagination and skill to create a better world.
Ines Dga’s atmospheric Corona Renderer for 3ds Max piece attracted thousands of likes on social media—and won the public vote in our student rendering challenge.
Hwiyeon Cho’s eye-catching “Poppyland” won the Jury Prize in our “Illumination” student rendering competition. Discover V-Ray for Maya’s role in its creation.
Isaac Zuren tells us how winning our 2018 student rendering challenge helped him land a prestigious job at ILM and offers his tips from the professional world.
Graduates of South Korea’s Science Fiction Film School now work in Hollywood and beyond. Find out how they’re taught technical and creative skills.
We want you to know that our team is here with you during this difficult time. And we’d like to help in any way we can.
Your chance to shine: Show us your lighting expertise, and you could win some fantastic prizes, including V-Ray and Corona licenses, Chaos Cloud credits and more.
Freelance 3D artist and Skyup Academy founder, Mauro Baldissera, shares what inspires him, his top work-from-home tips, and why he loves V-Ray for Maya for VFX.
Architectural visualization student Aaron Rabago discusses his mysterious 3D render that won the public vote in our “Undiscovered” student rendering contest.