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Electronic Workflow for Interior Designers and Architects Andrew Brody Slide 2 Copyright 2010 Fairchild Books All rights reserved. No part of this presentation covered by the copyright hereon may be reproduced or used in any form or by any meansgraphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or information storage and retrieval systemswithout written permission of the publisher. ISBN: 978-1-56367-708-3 Slide 3 Unit 5 Advanced Rendering Slide 4 Chapter 13 Photo-Realistic Images with Revit Slide 5 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 5 Learning Goals Apply materials directly to different types of objects Create custom materials from the standard library Understand rendering controls Understand light sources and lighting controls Understand image adjustment and capture options Slide 6 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 6 The Materials Library Slide 7 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 7 Applying Materials to Components Slide 8 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 8 Applying Materials to a Wall Family Materials can be applied to an entire wall family in one fell swoop Slide 9 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 9 Creating New Materials Slide 10 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 10 The Render Appearance Library Slide 11 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 11 Using the Paint Bucket Use the Paint Bucket to paint walls, floors, and ceilings without having to create new family types every single time Slide 12 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 12 People A limited amount of Render Plus Content people Found in the Entourage folder of Imperial library Cast shadows Can be rotated somewhat for slightly different profiles Slide 13 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 13 Fixing Light Fixtures Slide 14 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 14 Custom Light Fixtures Slide 15 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 15 Aligning the Light Source with the Model Slide 16 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 16 Light Source Definition Dialog Box Slide 17 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 17 Inserting Photos Slide 18 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 18 Rendering Slide 19 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 19 Render Quality Settings Dialog Box Slide 20 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 20 The Finished Rendering Slide 21 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 21 Exposure Control Dialog Box Slide 22 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 22 Grouping and Dimming Lights Slide 23 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 23 Choosing Lights in a Group Slide 24 one last Revit rendering trick activate the Section Box in your perspective culls away unused parts of model control cropping by zooming out and adjusting limits of box use Rewind to return to perspective Slide 25 View Properties Slide 26 Slide 27 Slide 28 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 28 Online Resources Revit model used in this chapter, Conference room.rvt Custom luminaire, Custom lamp family.rfa Examples of student work, Revit Rendering.pdf SketchUp file, Custom lamp.skp Slide 29 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 29 Term Project Assignments Create presentation renderings of main bowling areas, indicating all lighting and materials Slide 30 A. Brody Chapter 13 2010 Fairchild Books, A Division of Cond Nast Publications. 30 Exercises and Further Study Render a view from a previous project Render day and night scenes Render scenes with dramatic dimming effects Create custom fabric from a downloaded sample Create custom materials for different paint colors, using paint chips from a specific manufacturer Create a glowing material Create a custom screened material, such as a resin panel with bamboo rings in it Slide 31 one last Revit rendering trick activate the Section Box in your perspective culls away unused parts of model control cropping by zooming out and adjusting limits of box use Rewind to return to perspective Slide 32 View Properties Slide 33 Slide 34