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baiucu

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Hy to all
for all of those who work in architecture ... i found out a way to make facade views... if you need one
turn the "field of view" to 1 degree.... this way you won't notice the perspective
then just set the view you need (front, right, back, left)
the rendering time can decrease almost 10 times, in comparison with the perspective(same settings).... that happened in my case

here is an example
rendering time 6min38sec
of course you will need high resolution
this one is only 640x480


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baiucu, great trick!!!, thanks for sharing. How did you get?

 

 

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nice thought. thanks.

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very nice trick! not 100% flat, which is what i really really want in a later podium, but a very awsome trick

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baicu,

appreciate your tutorial. its really a very good tip.

 

thanks man.



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i turned my FOV to 1 degree and it still looks perspective. any thoughts?


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see....



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baiucu

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if the model is too large that can happen...
you can make two renders of the elevation one on the right and one in the left and put them together in PS afterwords
i posted some elevations in an earlier thread  .... they are  each made from three renders put together in PS
 http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/supodiumforum/vpost?id=1727663&trail=15

hope this helps
cheers,
baiucu

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damn! those are cool...Way better than the ones I struggle with using perspective toolbox. I assume this is SU6 special feature and not available in a ruby for SU5?


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thx,
...nope it not any SU6 feature it's just the FOV turned to 1 and render....that's all

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I have never taken notice of the bottom right degree thing...lol, thanks, I just learned a new Sketchup tip.


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You people should check out the Main Message Board.
On the 27 of December 2006, Bill Spencer wrote at 9:56 pm: "set your viewing angle to one degree and that produces a very close approximation to an elevation."
So please give him credit and continue having fun with this great software.
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Cool! That'a gonna be a help to me
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