SketchUP & V-Ray from Start to Finish by Omar Estevez

Omar Estevez wanted to help new V-Ray for SketchUP users to learn some basic V-Ray skills, so he created a series of tutorials that explain the complete rendering process from start to finish. The videos are divided into three major categories, Illumination, Materials, and Post Production, with ten videos total. Enjoy!

This is the link to the original post over at ASGVIS website… but you have all videos embedded here too and the scene & materials download link below the videos.




Post Production

Omar also shared his V-Ray materials and V-Ray for SketchUP practice scene file with you all to download for free. They’re all available in the DOWNLOADS section of ASGVIS website.

Download these materials and scene file now!

20 replies
  1. David
    David says:

    Hello… I rendered with the the file you provided and changed the settings like you said in the first part, but I get a black screen. Can anyone help?


  2. berbay
    berbay says:

    hello, first of all i love your site. 🙂 secondly, i am having a problem to download the scene, the link you provided is not accessible due to site maintanence. if you can suggest me some other place to download this scene that would be so great!!

  3. GustavoChagas
    GustavoChagas says:


    Hello, excellent tutorial, someone could provide another way to download scene?, you can not download the Chaos Group … thanks

  4. GustavoChagas
    GustavoChagas says:

    Hello, excellent tutorial, someone could provide another way to download scene?, you can not download the Chaos Group …


  5. Rubber Duck
    Rubber Duck says:

    Yes this is great training and I’m sure I will learn from it. But I don’t think
    he understands what it’s like being a beginner. For example he just 
    casually says to control the shadows with SketchUp, but if you click
    on Shadows in the Window drop-down, you will find many many
    settings with no idea how to do anything with shadows. And no matter
    what you do in that shadows dialog, nothing changes with the Vray
    rendering, THAT is still overexposed with the same shadows. My point
    is, he is assuming we already know a lot of things. And without knowing
    those things that he assumes we already know, we can’t move on to the
    next operation.

  6. SOUTHSEA2016
    SOUTHSEA2016 says:

    This is great, have learnt some new things!
    But, where is the defininitive tuorial about Vray render settings for exterior and interior scenes in SU (along the same lines as GWMasterVray), and creating/importing vegatation models and creating materials for them as well??

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