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Subject: WIP-Nov-Dec Bi-Monthly Challenge (Architecture)
Attached Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Neutra
I´m a huge fan of mid century modernists architects like Richard Neutra.
In that spirit but with solar panels in the roof :), here is my own "project" of a house (still in its early stages)
Thanks a lot gentlemen :)
The sea is 100meters in the front of the house, should be visible soon
By the way grass is tricky to simulate, oooh yes....
Rocks (many more to come) random generated in Bryce, saved in dxf format, then imported and converted to nurbs with the "mesh to nurbs" command
Very nice indeed !!
I must not fear.
Fear is the mind killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
When the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.
Frank Herbert, author of Dune
Thanks a lot gentlemen !
Vray has an option to render without textures and that´s what I used, changing the clay coulors to a light sepia. I will store these settings as I liked the result.
I´ve been "eyeballing all the way "(my favourite way of "Rhinoing" by far...) and it looks like some items need a little bit of resizing to be coerent.
The Vray clay render seems to have compressed the scene somewhat altought I´m overriding Vray´s camera. Got to check that out...
Some heavy charging today (terrible weather over here by the way) before the working week starts as I will stop for a while on this project.
Lots of crashes with Rhino and Vray today . Heavy time loss and some frustration ..
I am running 32 bits Vista (unfortunately! that´s what came with this portable (HP dv5) I would much prefer XP)
(This portable has 4 GB RAM, Intel core duo, 2.4 GHz)
Tried different AntiAlising Vray mechanisms to save RAM (Fixed Rate and Adaptative DMC seem less crashy ?)
Any clues ?
Hi Greger, thanks a lot for your comments !
In the Simon contests never had crash issues but in the By-Monthly that´s another story altogheter. I end up invariably with over 100Mb files and that´s were crashes start.
Again applied the famous principle:
**"If all else fails read the manual" ** :)
Unfortunately Vray (at least for Rhino) badly lacks proper documentation and a help system....
Indeed after spending some time trying to disclose more Vray inner workings with the (small) Vray for Rhino pdf document had to complement that with surfing the web for tips.
McNeel´s help and documentation is way, way, way better.
Still pleased with Vray altought it should be more "exact" science than labirintic digital alchemy ;)