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Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 3:17:33 AM | Rendering Issues - Walls and Ceiling have some black shadows and spots

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drakoworld


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Good evening!

I'm rendering this image and the walls and ceiling look a bit weird, it happens when these used Paint as Material , any trick or tip to make the color more smooth or plain and less with so many dark spots?



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Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 1:03:21 PM | Rendering Issues - Walls and Ceiling have some black shadows and spots

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Paint is not a material - it is a process.

I don't see what you are refering to in your image.  Renders also take into account reflections from other objects.


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Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 2:04:36 AM | Rendering Issues - Walls and Ceiling have some black shadows and spots

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The white walls have alot of black shadows that makes it look weird (I'm trying to make it look white uniform), I know lighting have something to do here but I'm not sure what could be


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Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 12:28:57 AM | Rendering Issues - Walls and Ceiling have some black shadows and spots

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It's the lighting issue.Please see attached plan and rendering.The walls and ceiling are all plain white gyp.bd.The floor is Revit wood flooring.Using Revit defalt rendering setting, with interior artifical light only.All lights are Revit lights, with two SketchUp imported furniture. Usually using studio lights can help a lot.



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