Scott Robertson presents “How To Render” Book

Automotive Design 14 Nov 2014
Scott Robertson presents “How To Render” Book

Scott Robertson has posted a video overview of “How To Render”, the upcoming educational book which he co-authored together with Thomas Bertling.


“How To Render” is a comprehensive manual about rendering, and follows the successful “How To Draw” book published last year – for more details you can check our exclusive review here.

In “How To Render” the two authors share their knowledge on how to render light, shadow and reflective surfaces.

The book is 272 pages long and is divided into two sections: the first one covers the physics of light and shadow; the second one focuses on the physics of reflectivity and how to render different materials.

As with “How to Draw” there are many video tutorials included – over 20 hours in total – that can be accessed online through the H2Re mobile companion app for Android and iOS, or via any browser.

The book is shipping this month and can be already ordered at Design Studio Press or at Amazon.

The retail prices are $45.95 for the softcover version and $59.95 for the hardcover.

How to Render by Scott Robertson

How to Render by Scott Robertson

Buy from Amazon:

US: How to Render by Scott Robertson (Amazon.com)

UK: How to Render by Scott Robertson (Amazon.co.uk)

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(Source: Scott Robertson’s YouTube channel)

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