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akinlolu olugboji commented on Maciej's photo
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"Good catch."
10 hours ago
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Albert D Hart's discussion Fractal Trees vs Images for trees
"nXt doesn't really work like that-- all of the objects need to be taken.  An object which is hidden from view may show up in a reflection, a shadow, refracted through glass, contribute to diffuse reflection of light in the scene, etc..…"
11 hours ago
George Ioannidis commented on Maciej's photo
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"One oddity: nice green leaves of summer together with some melting snow islands on the grass and elsewhere. Except the tree is some kind of evergreen which I can't recognize. ;)"
20 hours ago
Steve Wojtynek replied to Albert D Hart's discussion Fractal Trees vs Images for trees
"Sounds like good method... something I need to look into as I've never used tree images. Assuming I want to continue working the old way using only fractal trees... Does AutoCAD and AccuRender take time to calculate trees hidden by buildings…"
yesterday
kingjin commented on Maciej's photo
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"Maciej, hello, very good results, and ask how to get the car? THX."
yesterday
Albert D Hart posted a discussion

Fractal Trees vs Images for trees

"I'm usually rendering fairly detailed AutoCAD architectural models on 3Dmodeled sites with lots of AccuRender trees and shrubs.  I was wonderingwhat AccuRender 4 (using Acad2004) and AccuRender nXt (using Acad2011)actually "sees" when you select a view to render.  Do they "see" and have to"consider" the 50 trees behind the building (adding a lot of calculatingtime to a rendering), or do these programs "hide" and never consider thestuff that's hidden in a view by other entities?"Everything in th…See More
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J. Raul Cardenas replied to J. Raul Cardenas's discussion Render Settings
"8.6 MPixels is a lot indeed, specially in rendering time. Thanks a lot for the explanation, makes sense now."
May 19

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