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    A few new Renders - Revit, Max and Vray

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    Revit 2016, Max 2016 sp 3, vray 3.30.3

    3d view export, Vrayedgestex material
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    Nice - I particularly like the way you have done the trees - are they simple objects made transparent?

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    William, they are Max files. simple, simple. Can't upload it to this site, but I can send it to you if you want.

    These are Vray trees.
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    OK, thanks - the Vray trees look better than the Archvision things but FWIW I always liked the C4D trees that Dosch do/did, in the days when I used C4D with Allplan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    OK, thanks - the Vray trees look better than the Archvision things but FWIW I always liked the C4D trees that Dosch do/did, in the days when I used C4D with Allplan.
    And of course Dosch do their trees for 3dsMax and others also - must have a look again:
    https://www.doschdesign.com/products...or_3dsmax.html

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