I think all three images of Mariposa are strong and good uses of nXt.. The design is fun as well.
I'm not sure what you're looking for in terms of comments. The strongest image is probably the photorealistic view from above-- the lighting seems the nicest. The pasted- in foreground entourage is probably the weakest link in this one-- but it certainly is passable. The four-view diagram has some material mapping problems on the parapet edges which could be dealt with-- but again the overall impression is good-- not sure I would bother.
It's possible these might benefit from e4 in terms of capturing more indirect lighting-- not sure.
You were absolutely right! I took over a computer that was previously used for rendering by someone else. The Accurender Plant Editor was on the desktop and used as the primary plant editor, so I assumed it was the only one. Thank you so…"
I have two different plant editors. The Accurender plant editor that installed with Accurender Studio and the NXT plant editor that installed with NXT for Autocad. Only the NXT for Autocad version lets you open, modify, and save…"
Hello,I am hoping to get some clarity on how to modify and add groundcover. I have searched everywhere on the forum and online to find how to save a plant as .ArGroundcover, but I cannot find anything. I am using AccuRender Plant Editor and once I finish editing the plant that I want to use as a groundcover, I click "save plant as", but all it allows me to save as is .ArTree. I have a deadline to get this render finished, but I cannot for the life of me figure this out. See More
"Thanks, I'll check on the first two. The third is normal behavior-- data conversion stops when the arstudio data is detected. There is a command to remove the arstudio data which would allow you to start from scratch-- probably not…"
"Two things don't seem to translate from nXt:
Procedural bump and orientation of texture in a material.
Also, if a decal is changed using nXt, Studio continues to display the original decal.
Editing the decal in the Studio material pallet…"
"I'm having trouble getting the desired view in Studio.
I've tried setting the view in nXt walkabout and then using that to set the AutoCAD view.
However, when I render from Studio, it gives me something different (see images below)."