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artchung

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Hi all,

Finally I got mine looks great. & of course I won't just keep it to myself. Hope this will help you or inspire you to get a better rendering. Please remember to post your rendering after you have a success. & remember to share  your tricks too. Happy Rendering!!! Go Patriots!!!!

 

P.S. Sorry. can't share the model. This is a real project from my work.

Also, I don't have any ceiling fixtures. But you can try out yourself.


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Hi Art!

Thanks for an excellent explanation of settings!!

I am certain all of us will learn something new from it, I know atleast I have...

Great idea to share settings and thanks for taking the initiative.

This should give kalu some hope...

 

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~eR

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Art

Thanks allot for posting that tut. One of the best yet...I have been trying out some interior scenes and getting the lighting right is tough...this helps allot

 

David


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Hi Artchung,
This is a very clear tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
If you don't mind i put that SU screen in large here:


artchung

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Of course I don't mind. Thankyou.

 

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good work and thanx for sharing info about settings

Only one bad thing: using a lot of lights and LEMs the interior space look false... In a lighty day like this the sun light up all the room but with more shadows in the inside part of the room.
I've found 1.4 version very dark and useless for "more real" interiors

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artchung

 

thanks very much its really helpful

 

mike

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Thanks Artchung. Very informative.

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very simple and informative.  I was having trouble with this sort of thing just today.  I'll see what happens tomorrow

by the way, geaux Saints

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sorry for the stupid Q:

 

what are LEM and OMI

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LEM (Light emitting material = surface with light value)

OMNI (omnilight = group with light value)

dodmoshe

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thanks.

 

but how do i create these?

FreeAgent

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click on a surface (for a LEM) and move the light slider tab in the podium window

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Thank you, very nice tutorial.
xxcalibur

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is it true that no matter what size the omni light is you still get the same amount of light coming from it? i thought i read that in the tutorial on podium main site. also, since i dont want to use white as my wall color is their any way not to get light the same color as my walls?
thanks guys & great tutorial also
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