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Discussion in 'Yacht Renderings & Plans' started by Mov-it!, Apr 11, 2008.

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  1. Mov-it!

    Mov-it! New Member

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    some new renderings of a project under development

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  2. Yacht News

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    Bjorn, I just have to smile at the sophistication of rendering software. Makes things look so realistic! Thanks man.
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    what software was this done with?
  4. Mov-it!

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    Coismov,

    I honestly don't know what they use. The CAD design was done using Mastership software. The rendering is done by a subcontractor. They make the surface models from the Mastership files.
  5. Mov-it!

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    For the people of Rotterdam

    Since there are only a few groups of people that take so much pride in their city as the people of Rotterdam, I thought it would be nice to have a rendering of a yacht in the Rotterdam skyline instead of a sunny sea.

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  6. KCook

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    Wow! Very cool with the city skyline Björn.

    BTW, there is a serious problem with the outside renderings of the sloop. From the trim of the sails it's very clear that this yacht is close hauled. And yet there is no heel at all!

    Kelly
  7. Codger

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    light winds and lots of ballast.:D
  8. Mov-it!

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    Kelly, this is indeed a small problem. Although it should heel just a little, this one simply is not very accurate. We had some difficulties with the first sloop they did, where the mast and boom were not properly alligned with the longitudal axis of the yacht. The motoryachts are a lot easier, so they cause no difficulties. These guys are experienced renderers but that experienced with the characteristics of a sailingyacht.

    The yacht itself on the other hand looks pretty good, so the renderings are good enough for our purposes. I think the scale model will take care of any uncertainties once it's ready.
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    I think the scale model will take care of any uncertainties once it's ready.

    Here here!!
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    good renderings .can pls let me know how much $ cost a view rendring ?thanks
  11. tz3d

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    I think maybe the rendering by 3dmax + v-ray .