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    construction render and visual style mix.

    Hi there,

    I have made a render and than made a save image in two different visual styles.
    Then i have put the tree images in one.

    construction render and visual style mix.-3d_perspectief.png construction render and visual style mix.-3d_clouds.jpg construction render and visual style mix.-3d_consistent-colors.png construction render and visual style mix.-3d_hidden-line.png
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    The striping of the different styles bugs me but I really like the concept. Maybe if it was just 2 of them in the same image instead of all four? Just some food for thought =)

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    Never cared for the hard line transitions.....the faded versions are my favorite...

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    Thanks for the feedback.
    I like to try different styles.
    Here’s an render where I choose just two different styles.
    This one I really like.


    construction render and visual style mix.-b13085-28a.jpg
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    I like that a whole lot more!
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    Thanks cellophane.
    For the next time I thing I want to have the wireframe with thin line.

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    The image without a hard transition is just so much cleaner and easier to take in visually (imo)

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    I can see that it's fun to explore and play around with and see what comes from it. Good to try and think outside the box now and then.

    But ultimately, if you're going to use it as a presentation device, you have to ask what the point is. Architectural drawings are a means to an end. I can't say I understand the building any better with the combination of effects. Because I find it distracting, it actually inhibits my understanding of the building.

    It seems like there is potential with the wireframe (or maybe use of transparencies), particularly in "details", to see what's behind the finished product. If it actually adds value to the viewers understanding, then that's worth something. If it's just gimmicky, I'll see right through that and be inclined to dismiss it outright.

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    Very nice Bross. If this were my project, on the Linework output, I'd add subtle shadows to add some depth. Both "Cast Shadows" and "Ambient Shadows" and turn them intensity down so it's not overbearing. Try wireframe too. Also, saving as uncompressed TIF (or ZIP compression TIF) on the render will help quality tremendously in post processing. The compressing algorithms from JPG are hideous and should be avoided at all costs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bross View Post
    Thanks for the feedback.
    I like to try different styles.
    Here’s an render where I choose just two different styles.
    This one I really like.


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    now this is awesome, the material quality is gorgeous in these renderings! was it produced in revits native render engine or did you have to use 3D max or another 3rd party render engine?

    if it was rendered in revit i would love to know what settings you use, and if you post process in photoshop

    thanks and keep up the awesome work!
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