Better Renderings

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Better Renderings

Postby Calvin Williams » Thu, Jul 23 2015, 1:19PM

Anyone have any pointers on getting these renderings to look more professional? I struggle with them looking washed out. I add lights, adjust the light intensity and just can't seem to get them right. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!!
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Re: Better Renderings

Postby Daniel Odom » Fri, Jul 24 2015, 11:01AM

I really wish Ecabinets had an stl export feature so I could do rendering/ mock-ups in other programs that specialize in rendering. For now I just end up redrawing things in Sketchup and use a render plug-in. I like using Maxwell Fire b/c it's easy but there are all kinds of plugins to try out and find the best for your situation. If you're just drawing something for looks you don't have to worry about joinery, etc. so it really doesn't take that long to do, just one more step.

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Re: Better Renderings

Postby Scott Marshburn » Fri, Jul 24 2015, 12:42PM

You may have already view this thread. If not it might help you. Kerry is the go to man for presentations.
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Re: Better Renderings

Postby Rick Deskins » Fri, Jul 24 2015, 12:43PM

There are two light intensity settings. One is a global setting for the overall room. However you can click on a light and choose adjust light intensity for each individual light. You probably just need to turn down the intensity for the two lights in your room.
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