View Full Version : 3DS Max 2009 & Impression ?
2008-06-17, 12:04 AM
I wanted something that shows different style options for clients to look at. On the right I used Max 2009 and on the left I used the new impression program for the first time. I drafted it in AutoCAD Architecture.
I just wanted feedback on this idea. Is it a good way to show clients possible options or should I change it somehow? Thanks for the help
2008-06-17, 10:30 AM
2008-06-17, 03:17 PM
Cool! You should take a look at toon renders. Theres something about them that makes them look really clean and interesting...but still kind of realistic. MR and VRay as well as scanline can allow you to get some good results.
Here are a couple of really quick renders (VRay) of an early design we did:
You should maybe through a bit of wireframe in there....transition from the "artistic" looking one to the wireframe, then to the render. Just a thought. Cool image though!!!
2008-06-17, 06:26 PM
Ya, thought about the wireframe. With the front view the wireframe had little interest. I think that I would have to have a perspective view to make wireframe look good. I was having a lot of trouble getting the Impression part to have the correct view angle so I just went for the front view for this one.
I like that toon look. I have never tried that style. Is it just Ink'n Paint materials or is it a render setting?
2008-06-24, 01:42 PM
Those ones were done in VRay which is implemented as a render effect. It can be done in MR or scanline but it is implemented as a material.
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