Repetitive graining in renderings

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Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby Leo Graywacz » Sun, Feb 14 2016, 3:31PM

The repetitive graining in renderings is very distracting. Is there some way to subdue it? On parts you can choose how many rows and columns. On doors and drawer fronts you can't. Or is there a way?
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby Leo Graywacz » Sun, Feb 21 2016, 9:13PM

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Guess it's not possible, huh? :wall:
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby tim lucas » Mon, Feb 22 2016, 7:56PM

Not sure I understand what you are trying to do here, do you have that big or many doors that its looking bad?? can you select a different grain of the wood??
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Tue, Feb 23 2016, 12:57PM

There's no way to change the "tile" size for the woodgrain image on the doors that I'm aware of. Best fix is to use a different wood image, one with a grain pattern that won't be as noticeably repetitive. Straighter grains obviously work better than the sort of curly, swooping grains of the default Hard Maple image.
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby Leo Graywacz » Tue, Feb 23 2016, 2:06PM

That's what I use, hard maple. Most of my kitchens lately have been white. But white just fades into nothingness, no details, things get washed out.
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby JR Allen » Tue, Feb 23 2016, 4:54PM

I do alot of White lacquer work and I ended up using the hard maple whiteivory40sheen for all my White renderings, seems to work and the customers like the presentation.
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Re: Repetitive graining in renderings

Postby Leo Graywacz » Tue, Feb 23 2016, 5:02PM

Looks better then just plain white. There is still fading in the upper section of the door. Much better then most of the panel being washed out like mine though. :beer:
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