Author Topic: Vray for Sketchup  (Read 1993 times)

2017-05-18, 17:02:38

spadestick

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Some features that could be incorporated into Corona for Sketchup...

What I cannot understand from the video is that the sketchup model doesn't reflect subtly any of the changes made in VRAY, which is in a way quite pathetic because most people don't just make material changes but both model and material ones at the same time, and not everyone can remember what material is placed onto which surface without having to go into the VRAY interface.

Unfortunately VRAY is still way over our heads and far too complicated to use. It is like learning to use REVIT properly when 80% of users are Autocad users. REVIT sucks by the way, overly complicated.

Good architects like Peter Zumthor do not resort to overly complicated tools to create beautiful architecture, they use their eyes and their heart.

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