Samples from more SketchUp Renderers needed:
This model is stored on the 3D Warehouse at: Sample Exterior Retail Scene.
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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.
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RENDERLights by Douglas Triana
I changed the stone work material and I positioned the cash dispensers from the shop to the floor because theywere flying, In sketchup you can see flipped faces on the special mode,so I fixed it, apart from that I didn’t not modify any geometry.
We used Lighting Channels to adjust the intensity of the lights in real time, after the rendering was completed. This is great for balancing lights for a nighttime scene.
The sharpness was turned down for the reflections on the tiles in the foreground to make them more realistic.
An HDRi sky was used for background and illumination from the sky. Again, Lighting Channels was used to adjust the intensity of the sky quickly, after the rendering was complete.
vray + gimp. Almost original materials except for small adjustments. The model could use some stuff on the shelves in my opinion.
Twilight by alvis
Thea (TR2) + Gimp
Renderin by Vidy
Done in Renderin + PS for Color Tone