Rendering is a crucial step in the 3D animation and visual effects production process, but it can be a time-consuming and resource-intensive task. One way to speed up the rendering process and reduce the strain on a single computer is to use a render farm.
A render farm is a group of computers that work together to render an image or an animation. Distributing the rendering workload across multiple machines can significantly reduce the time it takes to complete a rendering job.
In this guide, we will explain how to use a render farm to render a Maya project.
The language of art is universally understood. But in addition to space, it also transcends time: the work of contemporary architects such as Bruno Mesquita from Black Visuals, our February 2023 3D Artist of the Month, is perpetually engaged in a conversation with the past, reshaping, adapting and building upon designs of days long gone. Having already made a successful career for himself in architecture, the Brazilian entrepreneur recently reignited his passion for 3D and founded his own archviz studio. One of the first projects he completed is a tribute to a brutalist architect whose influence can still be felt in Bruno’s other work, some of which we at the Rebus Render Farm are thrilled to showcase today!
Continue reading and join us on a journey involving houses of the outstanding variety, a life dedicated to art, and tons of concrete!
Whether it is your first time hearing the term or if you are familiar with it, it is perfectly normal to have questions about such a big subject, we have all been there. In this article, we will make sure to answer the most popular questions about render farms.
As we use to say, "inspiration can be found everywhere" and once again we realized it reading that Mauricio inspired this beautiful project based on o poem written by his mother. Check his well-written making-of article and learn more about his workflow. Enjoy!
The arrival of the new year brings some change to our ‘ArtWanted’ campaign, though mostly in name: going forward, we aim to highlight the wonderful work of our community under the moniker ‘RebusArt’. Make no mistake though, art is still very much wanted! We hope you continue to submit your images and scenes, so we can share just a tiny amount of the great content that is produced at our render farm every day. Leading by example in January 2023 is Reza Sharifzadeh, who sent us a beautiful and whimsical landscape lined with ‘Mountain Cottages’.
Join us on our journey as venture deep into the woods and explore the undergrowth of the artist’s mind!
You want to start being more efficient and get the benefits of using a render farm, but it all seems confusing when you do your research. In this article, you will find a ranking of render farms with the features and prices so you can make a better choice to get your projects done.
Many times, we have seen several ArchViz artists moving from architectural visualization to the automotive and VFX field. Following the same path, Matt from GPU Magic Studio based in Poland, in this informative article described to us his workflow and sources of inspiration & knowledge. Enjoy!
If you're reading this article, it's likely that you've already got a freelance business going. And if that's the case, congratulations! But like most entrepreneurs, no matter how successful your company gets, there will always be new challenges to face and obstacles to overcome. What that means for you is that as long as you're running a business (and not just working for someone else), there will never be a time when it can't benefit from your attention and creativity.
Scalability is an important factor of a render farm since it lets you modify the size and resources of your rendering network to meet various project demands. Having a scalable render farm is essential for achieving the best results and boosting your productivity. Read this article to find out 7 reasons why scalability is so important for render farms.
It's something really great to see artists who thirst to get knowledge, improve themselves and reach a higher level year by year. It's even greater to see them, after getting this knowledge, sharing it with the rest community. Soheyb Mahoui, an architect and 3D artist from Algeria, is sharing his workflow and some useful tips on this beautiful personal project. Enjoy!