Video Review Of DG Iray Sci-Fi Surface Lights Shader

Video Review Of DG Iray Sci-Fi Surface Lights Shader

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If you’ve been using Iray for a while, you may have noticed that lighting is not the only way of using (or abusing) it. By tapping into shaders, you can dramatically alter how your surfaces behave, and even entirely illuminate your scenes. Destinys Garden’s new Iray Sci-Fi Surfaces Lights Shaders is put to the test:

As you can see, there’s plenty of stuff you can do, and it opens up an entire new dimension of making DAZ Studio 3D art more personal.

Get the amazing DG Iray Sci-Fi Surface Lights Shader HERE.

And Dreamlight’s DAZ Studio Pro Iray Lighting HERE.

Keep tweaking!

– Val Cameron

P.S.

Get the amazing DG Iray Sci-Fi Surface Lights Shader HERE.

And Dreamlight’s DAZ Studio Pro Iray Lighting HERE

 

Happily sharing how to create great 3D & 2D art in DAZ Studio, Lightwave and Photoshop, Val Cameron, CEO and founder of Dreamlight, has been coaching and mentoring hundreds of thousands of artists since 2005. Bestselling DAZ 3D vendor with over 230+ video tutorials, plug ins and light sets.

4 Responses to “Video Review Of DG Iray Sci-Fi Surface Lights Shader”

  1. phil October 8, 2015 at 2:37 am #

    This is an awesome video. I recently purchased Stonemason’s Chinatown prop and could not figure out how he lit it. Thanks to you I am on my way to creating better scenes.

    • Val October 29, 2015 at 9:22 am #

      Way to go Phil, glad to be of help!

  2. KC October 10, 2015 at 4:44 am #

    This is a cool video. I am loving iray and the emissives and their versatility. This shader set was in my wish list before I saw this article. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  3. Val October 10, 2015 at 2:37 pm #

    You’re welcome KC! Indeed, this is a fabulous Iray shader and Iray’s emissive surfaces bring so much fun to the table… 😉

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