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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by NGD, Mar 24, 2008.

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  1. NGD

    NGD New Member

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    Here's my effort

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    I'll give you some full size renders for those who want.
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    With bimini
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  2. Renderholic

    Renderholic New Member

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    Very nice model and I love that that transom! The rear 3/4 view looks nice. The renders look a little dark though - needs a little more 'zing' if you know what I mean... what software are you using to render? Does it have a sun/daylight system for global illumination? Or maybe a facility to use a panorama image to generate the diffuse lighting? I think either of those would transform the renders.
  3. Yacht News

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    Well your efforts produced a very good set of renderings, congrats, they look quite nice.
  4. NGD

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    Thanks.


    It's done in Autocad with the renders just done with the standard autocad rendering engine. Yeah it's all i've got unfortunately. Autocad sux da fat one to be honest. Don't use it! lol. It has a photometric lighting model but I can't seem to get it to work very well so it's done using 'generic' lights.
  5. Renderholic

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    Autocad! My goodness, I didn't even realise you could render in autocad! lol
  6. KCook

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    It's nice to have lots of windows for light and views. However, the treatment here appears a bit overbearing. I would tone that down by finding ways to break up the long stretch on glass on the sides of the superstructure.

    Kelly
  7. Ken Bracewell

    Ken Bracewell Senior Member

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    That aft deck looks nice and spacious. Unfortunately you'll need break up that space with a backstay if you ever want to run downwind ;)