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Welcome to CG Online Tutorials - In this tutorial we are going to learn how to setup virtual studio lighting in 3ds Max, create seamless background, apply materials to both background and mug object and then render it out using Mental Ray.
 
 

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Coffee Mug Tutorial In 3ds Max – Part Two – Studio Lighting Setup And Applying Material And Rendering In 3ds Max Using Mental Ray  

 
Written by Srinivas  
Monday, 21 April 2014
Category Autodesk 3ds Max - Lighting, Material and Rendering.  
 
Hello and welcome back, in this tutorial we are going to learn to setup virtual studio lighting in 3ds Max, create seamless background, apply materials to both background mug object and then render it out using Mental Ray. I have posted final rendered image of the scene for your reference. I hope you will enjoy going through this tutorial, so go ahead and jump into 3ds Max application and get start with studio setup.
 
Final Rendered Image.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step One
First let us change the ‘Units Setup’ by going to “Customize” menu and then change select ‘US Standard’ and select ‘Feet w/Fractional Inches’ option as shown below.
 
Figure 1.  Click here to view larger image.
 
Step Two
Maximize ‘Left’ view and then select ‘Line’ tool from command panel. Create a line as shown below.
 
Figure 2.  Click here to view larger image.
 
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