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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 31 Aug 2007, 23:29

New scene, new materials, all that jazz, still has the same problem.

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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby Sir Ibi » 31 Aug 2007, 23:36

Send it to papa... let's take a look see.

Btw - what version of max are you using?
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 31 Aug 2007, 23:43

Here is the link to download the .max file. And I'm actually using a student version of Autodesk VIZ 2006, which - from what I can tell - is the same thing as 3DS.
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby Sir Ibi » 01 Sep 2007, 00:17

Problem solved!! :)

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Well, it appears sir you have the case of "overlapping polys". To see this, select the "element" from editable mesh list, then click on the model, and drag it to one side. You'll notice that you have somehow created two models, one on top of each other (one of which is inverted), which evidently causes havoc with the rendering. Unfortunately this also appears to be the case for every single one of your models, including the nuts (have fun sorting that out).

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I should've really spotted this problem earlier on, as it happened to me once too. Anyhoo, jobs done.
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 01 Sep 2007, 01:27

So... How do I fix it? :|

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Ah, I got it. That's pretty interesting. Must have something to do with exporting models from SketchUp.

Alright, that's some good shiny. :)

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By the way, how do you get those nice, soft shadows? Is that the GI?
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby boganbusman » 01 Sep 2007, 06:35

Good stuff Haz, now it just needs a polished lip :)
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby Sir Ibi » 01 Sep 2007, 11:45

Try a skylight for those soft shadows... but ye its pretty much GI.
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 01 Sep 2007, 20:56

Must be the GI then, because there's a skylight in that scene.

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Hey, lookie what I just got in the mail! :D

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California State Fair Competition Honorable Mention for Industrial and Technology Education

Got it for my Champ car. :) Though I must admit, I'm a bit surprise I only got Honorable Mention after seeing last year's first place winner. Ah well.
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby t3ice » 24 Sep 2007, 11:44

Ok here is a progress report on my current 3d modelling affairs. :P

First up is my attempt to create a ferrari Rossa COUPE :mrgreen:

It is incomplete( missing doors, hoods..etc..), but im not in the mood for finishing it. :)
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Anyway this is my current work..a re-attempt to model a mclaren concept.
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Its still a WIP...!!!
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby ahmad0410 » 24 Sep 2007, 15:44

Here's a render of my car in Live for Speed.

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Anyone here can help me do a render of a 1994 Toyota MR2? I need it to help a friend design his car. :twisted:
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby t3ice » 29 Sep 2007, 11:52

@ Cool render ahmad 0410...are you using vray?

Anyways, here is my almost finished work.

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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 29 Sep 2007, 15:58

Those are huge wheels. :shock: Otherwise, very nice. The car itself is a bit plan (could use some aero bits just to give it some flare), but the model is fantastic. I especially like the headlights. :)
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby BrontoX » 29 Sep 2007, 16:16

Haz, because you are the only one working with Google SketchUp i want to know how can you save in 3DS format cuz i can't find it. If not then i would need some help with how to make building textures in 3DS Max.

PS: I am trying to make a (modern) Hotel for my English project (it's about advertising but i want to design my hotel rather than make a presentation on one existing hotel)
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 29 Sep 2007, 16:21

I don't use Google SketchUp (SketchUp 6), I use SketchUp 5. By downloading the free version of Google SketchUp, you can't export to .3DS. Which is why I bought SketchUp 5. ...Yup, paid for it and everything. :-"

If you send me the file, I can export it for you, though. :)
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby t3ice » 30 Sep 2007, 10:53

The wheels are kinda huge? ..hmm maybe thats why people say it looks like a toy car :-k

Thanks anyways!! Ill try rendering in a different colour, and a different environment. :)
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby Sir Ibi » 01 Nov 2007, 13:45

Just some old models with shiny new renders - was kinda bored today

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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby BrontoX » 01 Nov 2007, 15:39

Wow, cool i wish i could do that.
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Re: computer Render art Topic

Postby Danyutz » 01 Nov 2007, 19:22

you could learn to, why not starting?
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Postby xHaZxMaTx » 04 Dec 2009, 20:02

Sir Ibi wrote:Speaking of balls...

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This is what the model is supposed to look like:

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:lol: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=3827&p=192590#p192590
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