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Another business section I do AI for is the camping section.
Last week I had an ASAP-project and I came up with this:

onderlegger-buiten-00000+tent 2017-11-09 DEF.jpg

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Very cool!

Try using the translucency option with a transparency setting of maybe 10%.

Fabric of all types, unless it is blackout fabric, tends to be pretty much translucent.

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Thanks! [smile]
Using translucency has already crossed my mind. I did a 5% transparency with translucency on the big roof, among other things.
So here are some additional tests,

First 0% transparency on all for comparison:
onderlegger-buiten-translucenty0%.png 
and here 10% transparency on all the canvas; roofs and tent.
onderlegger-buiten-translucenty10%.png

The roof's transparency is most visible, but not so much for the inside of the tent.

so a test with 15% transparency:
onderlegger-buiten-translucenty15%.png
That is clearly to much, the construction is showing through the canvas and the shadows through the roof are more visible. Inside it doesn't do much for lighting.

I wanted to illuminate some of the interior, but not too conspicuous.
onderlegger-buiten-translucenty dak5% en binnendak LEM2.png
Here only the roof has a 5% transparency (and translucency on) en the inside roof of the tent has a LEM of 2%. (That's what I done in the render.)

I'm still have to do some more research for an acceptable combination. Perhaps something with translucent colors...?

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Nice comparison images!

I prefer the 10% transparency image personally.

Depending on what the fabric is made of, you could add a texture to it...

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Nice comparison images!

I prefer the 10% transparency image personally.

Depending on what the fabric is made of, you could add a texture to it...

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Nice comparison images! 

I prefer the 10% transparency image personally. 

Depending on what the fabric is made of, you could add a texture to it...

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