AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Rendering in greyscale only

I have downloaded a 30 day trial of Accurender as I wish to get back in to it after a 'render break'. Is there a restriction on the 30 day…

Started by Ian Stevenson

2 Mar 28, 2017
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

Why would my objects render like this?

I re-did this a few times but it's still rendering funny. Does anyone know why? Thanks!!

Started by Miriam Stern

9 Jul 5, 2015
Reply by Miriam Stern

Rendering/ Building Upholstered Furniture

Are there any suggestions when it comes to rendering and building upholstered furniture.   I want the upholstery to look soft and realistic…

Started by Kimberly Rodgers

0 Mar 8, 2013

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"Yes. We used to hide a little soft toy bear called Fret in our sets back in the day when we used photography. We then created a 3D version of Fret and included him in many of our renders. If you have a look at the images in my Ambus 2014 album, you…"
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"Do you ever hide stuff in your scenes? I used to have my dog Joey in EVERY render. Sometimes an icon on a monitor or in a window reflection, or book cover."
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"No, we still haven't written an interface for Bricscad 20."
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"Thanks George. I've had to produce quite a lot of lifestyle images in a short space of time. It's challenging coming up with so many different settings and layouts."
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"Those are all exceptional Peter. Top notch job, as always."
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