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Saturday, 9 July 2011

Tutorial: Underwater Lighting Using Vray for SketchUp

This is another excellent Tutorial from ChenLee Menes:  He used David Hier's Sketchup Model here and added a pool in creating this tutorial. So thanks again Chen Lee for you generosity in allowing SVR to share your tutorial here.


  1. Thank you for sharing this :)

  2. I really like some tutorials that you provide to us. But you can provide or recommend a nighttime rendering settings for the exterior. Facing constraints to find and make the appropriate arrangements. Thanks for any advice I would

  3. ok i will create one night tutorial complete with setting.

  4. sir!can u please tell me how did u add the sky in this scene...?

  5. @ Creat.. save the render in png file then put the BG in Photoshop.