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    Site render - View countour lines

    Hello,

    is it possible view countour lines in render for site, please?


    Thanks for replies.
    PepaR

    #2
    Nope. That's the whole idea of rendering stuff.
    You might want to see if you can trace it with a GM Line Based family with just a line in it. But I'm guessing that will be an ridiculous amount of work...

    EDIT:
    Come to think of it: you might want to try this:
    - Duplicate a 3D view. Hide all but the site and set to wireframe.
    - Export to dwg. Find out whether there's an option to export to wireframe. (don't know if this can be done)
    - Export to dwg as wireframe
    - Import in GM Family
    -Place in project

    If all is well, (and that's a big if) you know can see rendered lines. Assuming that:
    - You can export a 3D view as wireframe
    - This shows the contour lines as desired
    - Importing a family with dwg-lines in it shows these in render
    Last edited by mdradvies; September 20, 2011, 08:02 AM.
    Martijn de Riet
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      #3
      Much easier to just overlay a copy of the 3D view on the finished render... Maybe you´ll get some inspiration in this thread ? (Just leave out the Gradient part )
      Klaus Munkholm
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        #4
        LOL, you're right... but who wants easy these days?
        Martijn de Riet
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          #5
          Originally posted by mdradvies View Post
          LOL, you're right... but who wants easy these days?
          Right, not much of a challenge in Easy stuff... But Carl even provided a shot with Contour Lines in that same thread :beer:
          Klaus Munkholm
          "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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            #6
            Yeah, now that you mentioned it, I remember seeing that. LOL...
            This forum is getting too big!
            Martijn de Riet
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              #7
              Thanks to all for your advices.
              PepaR

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