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Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 10:55:08 PM | feedback on my rendering

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i was wondering if u wouldnt mind giving me some feedback on my renderings. its my (crappy) design for an athletic center in downtown LA for an architecture class. First is a general perspective view of the building. the second 2 images are a rendered view of the ceiling trusses and a model view of the trusses. why dont the trusses appear complete in the rendering? i have tried changing the thickness of the ceiling glass (floor slab) and it doesnt seem to help....

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Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 11:42:48 AM | feedback on my rendering

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Did you try to "Zoom" the camera and render and check if the trusses appears????

 


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Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 3:09:43 PM | feedback on my rendering

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For your truss issue, try changing your detail level to high. i susspect its set to corse at the moment, meanng your structural members will be stick lines.

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Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 3:11:47 PM | feedback on my rendering

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Ignore my comment above, didnt look at your images and just realise that its not the problem.

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Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 9:58:19 AM | feedback on my rendering

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I don't think its the glass, but you can confirm this by hiding the glass in view and doing a quick render.  I think that Space was correct.  If the detail level is set to medium, you can see the members as lines in the model but they will not render unless the detail level is set to fine.

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Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 3:20:51 PM | feedback on my rendering

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Are you Talking in "Render" or "Shade" in the 3Dview????

 


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Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 9:26:35 PM | feedback on my rendering

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hi guys. thanks for the feedback. my design is changing anyway, so this problem might become a non issue in a few days, will keep u posted

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Sun, Mar 29, 2009 at 2:19:44 PM | feedback on my rendering

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I would recommend rendering to a printer size (ie. 150 dpi) for your final renderings.  It might take a lot longer but the results are incredibly better. 

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Sat, May 9, 2009 at 6:56:20 PM | feedback on my rendering

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does anyone have any feedback for me on my rendering (attached). attached is both the rendered version and the model version. i feel like the inside of the building is too dark which is why you cant see all the detail like the desks and chairs. the glass looks really blue but it actually isnt, for some reason everythign looks too dark.

 do u recommend that i put downlights on the ceiling? i just want the inside to be brighter but i dont want to indicate specific light fixtures (too much detail for this level of drawing).



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Sat, May 9, 2009 at 6:58:47 PM | feedback on my rendering

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wrong image attached above, correct un-rendered image is attached now

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Sat, May 9, 2009 at 7:03:46 PM | feedback on my rendering

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Why don't you try????

 


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Sat, May 9, 2009 at 11:50:12 PM | feedback on my rendering

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sorry, i should have been more clear in my previous post.

 I tried putting in pendant lights (linear ones) as well as ceiling-lights (linear boxes). the rendering shows the light but for some reason, they dont light up the room, even though i am rendering them with sunlight AND artificial lights. Also, i tried editing the family (light source definition > light distribution) but this doesnt change the rendering.

 the renderings are still too dark. see attached.



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Sun, May 10, 2009 at 1:27:55 AM | feedback on my rendering

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typhoon, i used your treadmill block in these renderings too. it looks like the treadmill has a really glossy running pad. how can i render it to look as good as u did?

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Sun, May 10, 2009 at 9:29:40 AM | feedback on my rendering

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"treadmill has a really glossy running pad" - Change the material for the pad.

 About the lights, try to increase (double) the Wattage of the lights and change a little bit the transparency of the glass (exterior)....

 



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Tue, May 12, 2009 at 6:22:25 AM | feedback on my rendering

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Hi,fixybopixy. (sorry to hijack your tread)

I also have the same problem as you. Interior images appear to be too dark. Had tried to put in more light fittings and tweaking the wattage to be higher but it doen't seems to help. By the way, I am trying to render an interior image that show how a room will look like under daytime situation (afternoon sun)

End up, having to remove the ceiling in order for the sunlight to get in, so that the whole room get lighted up naturally.

 Any forum members can guide me on that ?


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