Samples from more SketchUp Renderers needed:
This model is stored on the 3D Warehouse at: Loft with Telescope
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It is OK to add materials, backgrounds, and other rendering settings – but do not add or change geometry .
Results from various rendering packages
Note: These are not supposed to all look the same – some may have different materials, different lighting, etc.
(Many of these images were first posted on the SketchUcation Thread)
For more information on the various SketchUp Rendeirng Plugins, see the Plugins Page.
Click on Image to view in higher resolution. Many of the qualities of the renderings are only visible at higher resolutions.
Kerkythea – by Brian K.
Iit rendered in mere minutes with Kerkythea.
You really need to view it on a dark/black screen/border background for the full effect.
As usual, click on each image for the bigger stand alone picture.
IRender nXt – by Al Hart
Placed a background image outside the window, made the telescope body, floor, and window siding reflective.
Some light is coming from the ceiling, and some light from those bright stars.
Shaderlight – by Martin-Art
This is the model rendered at day and night in Shaderlight, although I am thinking now of green lights and UFO’s so watch this space.
Thea – by the.pjt
this is my try
rendered with TheaRender … with Unbisided Algorithm ..
and some Post processing in Photoshop … include adding ray of light
RenderLights by Douglas Triana
I’m rather new to Sketch-up and VERY new to rendering. I use the demo version of Twilight. I don’t do any professional stuff, so it does what I need.