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The other part that springs into focus is the ceiling, the texture I used is a wood with a high skeychup look to it. Thomas Thomassen Operating system: An important part of this render is camera position. I rather look for good texture than trying to get these vizmaps to work.
Vray sketchup 6 – this isn’t a V-Ray version. Dirty but effective method.
SketchUp Training Modelling Services. For the texturing of the cushions I created an new layer. Mind to educate how you set up the other materials such as metals, cushion or chairs you used?
The thing that I always do, and is very common to architecture photography, is set the vertical lines in a shot exactly vertical. Much appreciated if anybody can help me out thanks. Sorry, can’t answer this one. A great tool to make that happen is the gradient map. It took a long time to get the textures end alpha channels just right, but dketchup effort was worth it.
Otherwise the shot would be a bit dull.
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I wanted a nice long shadow on the floor so I edit the time of day in SketchUp to get that effect. I am using sketchup 6 along with Vray for sketchup 6. I don’t use third party vismaps.
Actually, everything that Ssgvis modeled in SketchUP is created with the help of some plugin that adds more tools to create organic and realistic models.
I’m sure you tell i’m a novice. I did not had any idea about what materials I would like to use. Might get some results by playing with the colour mapping. I then edited VRay Settings to get the soft shadows as you can see below. Fkr traced a selection around the cushions I wanted to apply the pattern too. I think i got muddled up with my terminology but it should have been as you mentioned below ‘Vray for Sketchup 6’ not ‘Vray Sketchup 6’. Feel free to comment about any aspect of this article or things you think need more detailed explanation.
You are welcome to comment on this article and ask questions using the comment box below! Since my background sletchup architecture, and I tend to run concepts in my head for a long time and gather sketches about them, I just had to implement this specific one about an open living space where you can have the most common and general functions one will daily do. Asgvsi have now just completed going through the vray for sketchup manual by ASGVIS along with using the neccessary scenes and am still finding my cray a litle and would appreciate help.
Thanks for getting back back to me. Adding texture to the Cushions.
I wold be grateful for your view on it. I was really glad to have won the prize because I was just starting out my own company in Holland, at age 19 at that time, and got great exposure after the win.
Secondly and probably more importantly can anybody point me in the direction of Vismat materials for Vray sketchup 6.
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I did not use any AO Ambient Occlusion pass because at that time Vray for SU did not give you that function to use, in the new version it is included: So you can see it in the render near the windows. For the floor surface I used a concrete texture with a soft reflection so skdtchup gives you a contrast to the rest of the room.
No – what I mean is that the version number comes in a numerical format, like 1. I have added a brick texture to my model and ‘texture mapping’ tutorial from the above mentioned manual and when produced with the final render i cant but notice that the brickwork to me looks quite pale on both the images produced, but it could just be me being paranoid.