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Sunday, 14 August 2011

Trick: Merging Vray Toon and Vray Photo realistic renders with Adobe Photoshop

Ferry Sugianto shared this simple trick in achieving Toon style by combining the VraySU Render and  Toon style output. He then merge the two render output using Adobe Photoshop.
A. Rendered Image output (Vray SketchUp)
B. Toon Material setting in Vray Su
C. The Toon style output
D. The combined Render and Toon output result using Photoshop. The original render was place below the toon render, then "multiple" blending mode was applied to the top layer.


1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much Ferry....i've been looking for this tutorial for almost a year now, thanks also sir Nomer....