Author Topic: First test renders on Sketchup  (Read 58350 times)

2015-12-24, 07:44:35
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Ang

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New interior. I let the computer rendering all night.
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« Last Edit: 2015-12-26, 19:20:50 by Angel Galera »
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2015-12-24, 10:57:23
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beautiful! all it needs now are the correct material properties!

2015-12-24, 11:23:25
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Ang

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I think the same, when corona-sketchup had the material editor it´s going to be awesome. Must be improve the render times  for clean the noise.
Merry Christmas!!!

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2015-12-24, 11:37:44
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Oh crap, i didn't notice that this is topic where you discussing Corona for sketchup developement. Moving back to Sketchup board. Sorry for inconvenience.

Merry Christmas to everyone!
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2015-12-26, 11:47:41
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One render more
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2015-12-28, 14:47:13
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My first test of Corona for Sketchup
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2015-12-28, 20:54:25
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Ang

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Hello ante.olic try to use the menu "color map" into the corona frame buffer to get a more luminous render
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2016-01-08, 01:34:53
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One more ;)
It´s going to be amazing when we could put lights and edit materials
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2016-01-08, 03:01:53
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these images look good! can't wait for the materials editor as well!

2016-01-20, 08:16:15
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Ithil

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And mi test of Corona for Sketchup

2016-01-22, 09:57:07
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Ang

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Look good, this promise
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2016-01-23, 13:12:59
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Angel, on test 6.jpg how did you get that harsh yellow light to shine?

2016-01-23, 15:54:48
Reply #27

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more tests... with some creative licensing! credit of the actual design to the master architect, campo baeza.

2016-01-29, 16:52:39
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jKLman

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Hi All,

Great day to everyone, the tests here look very promising as I can see it for myself.

1. color richness is the same as what you see from Sketchup ala WYSWYG. Its is a good start to have a color correct from the beginning.
2. geometry translation is quite fast enough.
3. with a good roadmap along the way, this will even get better and better.

What I do experience during testing is the speed which is slow compared to the good old standalone pre-alpha6/alpha7 versions.
Using Blender and or obj exporter and manually create render scene, I previously manage to test the alpha versions which I find more faster.

I do believe that the current version of the sketchup plugin is great enough to test and see the future it will lead.

What I would like to request is always to include passes and render time as well during posting.
It will help us understand one at a time how render time progressing and in relation to the complexity of the scene being render which shows.

Best,
jKLman



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2016-01-30, 01:32:27
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Light portals and emitters will be of help here. Though not in a hurry  ;)
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