easy rendering for Rhino in Windows
I like to use a floor bitmap to create the material. I have attached a few examples.
Thank you Scott, so do you apply the bitmap to a surface for the floor or do you do the ground plane option even if it is just a room. Where would I find a medium oak floor bitmap?
Thank you for your time, George
It depends. Normally I will draw the floor since I do not want to see it outside the windows.
I might do this in two stages.
HI, I am trying to do a wood floor interior. I have read the forum, looked for videos, exhausted any and all tutorials and for the world of me I cannot figure out how to import the examples even for testing. Can some one please shed some light on my on going and increasingly frustrating, yet seemingly simple task. I have tried import, insert etc. all it tells me is that Rhino does not recognize the file. Any and all solutions will be greatly appreciated.
The files from Scot are actual material files, to import them you have to drop them into the material library and that location is dependent / can be dependent on the Operating System you are running, in my case is is ProgramData>McNeel>Flamingo nXt> Language Pack > en-US >Materials>Wood.
In nXt the materials which are used in a model stay with the Rhino file of the model so I have attached a model of 10 x 10m surface with both materials applied. Download this model, hopefully the materials will be with it (It will appear in the upper window) to add to your library just drag them down into the correct folder.
It is not exciting model but will have the materials for you. Image below shows what you are getting.
I hope that helps.
Will save it as R5 will upload it as R4 if necessary.