AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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Its amazing what nXt can do!

Without a virtuoso's hand even the Stradivarius violin would be just another one violin! ;)

and just for that ..... you will get another image...:D

nice bit of music......

Here is one I did ... inspiration from Oasis song title Cigarettes and alcohol...

Kevin , George have a drink on me..;)

I surely will Mike! Cheers!

Comments on the last image: Black label whisky colour looks weird. But it's quite OK, as it fits right with the overall tone of the image. Only empty wine glasses need much less IOR as glass. They start to refract light only when are filled with wine. Empty they react to light as thin glass, with just very slight refraction in their contour. See attached picture. Nice work though, as usual ;)

hi george

lumion is not  raytracing render..so glass matrials are limited to what lumion can do to it ....not like vray  or more recently fstorm... it has always been lumion achilles heel...so any result like this is really really really good...but they are improving it all the time...NXT Beats them hands down when it comes to glass material.

cheers

Great work as always mr. Maki. Next time add more girlz :P

PS

Are all these done with nxt?

lumion...3dsmax fstorm

cheers

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