Render settings for what exactly?
Rendering is not a "one size fits all" proposition. You can't use daytime settings for a night render. You can't use indoor settings for an outdoor scene. You can't use bright sunlight with raytraced shadows for a cloudy day. Etc., etc., etc. Every project is different and has to be rendered accordingly.
oh wow thats obvious... i was asking for the basics like final gather precision glossy refractions / reflections precision etc...
i should have specified.
Mostly do drafting related to manufacturing. From doing site layouts with proposed updates, additions and renovations to be budgeted and submitted for bid, to updating and changing existing drawings to reflect maintenance and repair/revision work done on site.
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Originally Posted by Oppie
Nicly done. Still waiting on the info about the software used
It is listed under the render....AutoCAD and 3DSMax and now he uses Solidworks.
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