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Residential Interior Renderings project.
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Hi All,I have an opportunity to do 10 interior renderings for an 8,000 SF house. Client is looking for examples but while I have done interiors it's be more on the small kitchen and living room…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jorge Javier Lara Domínguez Feb 24, 2013.

Clay roof tile
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Does anyone have a 3d clay roof tile shape they are willing to share? Much appreciated!Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Fox Oct 26, 2012.

Crash when typing NXT
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This is the second time this has happened.  I will be working on a model then when I type NXT I get this AutoCad crash "FATAL ERROR: Unhandled Access Violation Reading 0x0000 Exception at de241c2h".…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by George Ioannidis Oct 20, 2012.

Not really a discussion more of a thank you
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I have been working with Accurender faithfully over the last 15 years. I have heard the arguments over that time that Accurender just doesn't produce the images that 3d Viz or some engines do. I have…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Ferris Jun 29, 2012.

 

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akinlolu olugboji commented on Chris Fox's photo
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"Thanks GI the treadsI have no problem with it is the railing that is a hit or  miss for me using spline. Wil give your method a shot."
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"All that in plain vanilla AutoCAD of course. If you have any kind of architectural application inside ACAD, it usually does such things automatically (sometimes with more control and level of details). Or even you can use other software to model it…"
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"@Akin 1. circular array treads with Z shift 2. draw three vertical baluster lines at the same spot of treads 3. USC 3points the endpoints of 3 baluster lines to align cons. plane 4. arc start, second, end snapping at the endpoints 5. Circular array…"
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"the stairs were constructed in Revit by the Architect.... I was given the model of the stairs"
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akinlolu olugboji commented on Chris Fox's photo
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"How did you construct the railing of the spiral stairs?"
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hoai hai bui commented on Chris Fox's photo
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"Good design, nice lighting. You are very clever in the use of materials. I like this work."
Jun 20
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"Thanks... Hybrid Engine... the materials is a glossy, textured laminate..."
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kingjin commented on Chris Fox's photo
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"Very good results, I ask what rendering engine? What material is the desktop?"
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Model Home

I have playing with adding HDRI with limited sun and high cloudiness to try to get a little more of a natural look.. As always comments are welcome... Thx
Jun 14
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Country Club Dining Room

"Nice model, Chris.  Lighting is quiet and soft.  You must have chosen the carpet based on every club house dining room I have ever seen.  Add a few hot women and I'll dine there.  "
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"Goddamn those panels! Nice renderings Chris. :)"
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Converted Garage Interior

"The floor is what I like. The lamp is what doesn't match the perspective. Looks strange... "
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Slate Roof Tile

Posted on August 26, 2013 at 9:34pm 0 Comments

Are there any good Slate Roof Tile Displacement materials out there... any suggestion would be greatly appreciated...

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At 11:05am on November 23, 2011, Decio Baptistucci said…

Hi Cris, thanks for your comment about DEG BUILDING, you are right, I could give more attention, principally to the foreground sidewalk.

I loose a lot of time, increasing the building image, and forgot some important details.

 
 
 

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Nana's discussion Materials
"Try this for general layer material assignment issues. If you are using AutoCAD Architecture and trying to assign materials to components such as window frames, the bottom of this page has an explanation of how to assign material to ACA…"
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"post a small model so we see what you are doing wrong and be able offer solutions"
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Hi, I'm new on nXt and trying out tge evaluation version. I have assigned materials to my layers but they don't show when I render. I am only ably to render using object colors. How can I render with assigned materials showing?
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norton torres replied to Maame Tee's discussion how to draw a staircase
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"EASY TO DRAW A STAIR IF YOU UNDERSTAND THE WAY TO...!!"
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