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I've noticed an issue where Blocks do not render properly. The block has weird shadows. These go away when it is exploded into a polysurface. I let both versions of the render run for 16 passes.

 

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Can you send me the model?  This is very interesting, I cannot get it to happen here, but I have some ideas of what it might be.

 

Are you running Rhino 4 or Rhino 5?

 

You can post it here, or email it to scottd@mcneel.com

Here's the file. I'm using Rhino4.

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The Beta build 28 should have this problem fixed.
Great, Thanks. What was the issue?
Blocks that had a negative transformation matrix.  That would be blocks that are mirrored in specific ways would get completely reversed normals on the render mesh.  This essentially turned the render meshes inside out.

I see the problem and will talk to John about it.

The problem seems to be from Blocks which are mirrored.  This will creates a negative transformation.  You can copy and rotate these blocks into place and will get good results.  I know this is a workaround and not a final solution.

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