V-Ray 8.16 [2 sided material]

“V-Ray 2 sided material”

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  1. In a Rhinoceros document, open the V-Ray Material editor.
  2. Create a new material by right clicking on “Scene Materials” and navigating to Add material>Add VRayMtl. Rename your new material to match the outside material of your object. (You can follow many of the previous tutorials to create a material or follow V-Ray 8.12 [importing .vismat] to import a saved material.)
  3. Create a new material by following the step above. Rename this material to reflect the inside material of your object.
  4. Right click on “Scene Materials” and navigate to Add material>VRay2SidedMtl. This will create a 2 sided material in V-Ray.
  5. Now click on the material and rename it.
  6. You can select the front material by clicking on the button next to “Front” and selecting the material you created in step 2 above.
  7. You can select the inside material by clicking on “Back” and picking the material you created in step 3.
  8. If you would like to make your material translucent (like a lamp shade), select “none” as the back material and change the color to R80, B80, G80 or a similar shade of dark gray.
  9. Apply your material to an object and render.


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