Clay Render, or Grey Box Render is a 3D working process that can be done in 3D rendering software, for example Blender, Maya, 3ds Max. If you have seen the procedure of creating 3D rendering or animation, you might notice that the first step is to building 3D wireframe, and then adding the color, texture, material, shader into those 3D wireframe. After that, we need to create camera view, lighting effect, and scene to render an image.
This is a Blender 3D modeling tips and tricks, to show how to create a Lego Brick from 2×4 size to 2×2 size, with using Apply Modifier and Edit Modifier. This video is good for beginners to understand the basic modeling technique for using Modifier in Blender 3D.
This is 3D modeling timelapse video for beginners, showing how to create a Lego Brick 3D model using Blender Modifier. This video is good for beginners to understand the basic modeling technique with Boolean Modifier and Bevel Modifier, in Blender.
Getting Started with Blender 3D software, this is a 5 minutes timelapse Blender 3D modeling tutorial for beginners, to show how to create the model of logo from 2D to 3D
Cycles x is a free 3D render plugin for Blender, to download this open resource render plugin Cycles-x, you can go to this link to blender.org, https://builder.blender.org/download/experimental/
Maya is an Autodesk product, originally designed only for animation and texture. Additional functions for modeling were later added to the software. When setting keyframes and using curves, I usually prefer Maya’s toolset. 3Ds Max is also a product of AutoDesk, but it is more suitable for modeling, architecture design, engineering and construction. Although Max allows animation, it is best for materials and rendering because it allows easy access to material settings. Blender was developed by Foundation.