advanced rendering for AutoCAD
Though done using different software, I thought it could be shown here. I am not doing interiors very often, so this makes me quite proud :D
Very nice George!!
Thank you Kypriane.
Wonder when my renderings will be this cool?
Hi Akin, I think such rendering is absolutely achievable in nXt, it's all just matter of how long can someone let it cook. Just take a look at Peter's renderings, he is the real nXt interior master. My simple interior picture, at full HD resolution (1920X1080), took about 3 1/2 hours on GPU (nothing much fancy, AMD R9 380) to complete. For larger pictures there would be a exponential increase of rendering time I suppose. For those not in rush, it's OK, for others it is still too slow I reckon. Maybe one GTX 980 could do the difference though :)
Well done George. There's a slight problem where the curtains meet the sheers. Must be a mistake in the drawing.
The eye of an expert! Good catch Jan.
The drapery and the net curtain were modeled separately. I didn't check the collision of the two models, so it obviously blend the one into the other. :) Will not correct it though, as customer didn't noticed that at all :D
very nice image George...I like the texture of the sofa...afternoon lighting...cool
nice one... you can fix the ceiling light and make it like the light stand type on the left...which look very realistic...
do you know if there any iPhone apps that lets you view your panoramic image done jpeg....
because lumion has brought out panoramic view 360 which you can view it with goggles moving your head left ,right etc........nxt has 360 panoramic image.... just wondering if you tried that with iPhone goggles...
Umm, nice coincidence Mike :) I wanted to make a panorama for this room, as it is fully modeled. Cycles can produce both equirectangular and fish-eye panoramas. Currently I am looking for some neat free panorama viewer, both for for PC and mobiles.
you can get the goggle too...£20...let me know please if you manage it....
infinite picture....used to be part of ar4