Flamingo nXt

easy rendering for Rhino in Windows

Brian James
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Brian James replied to Felix E. Klee's discussion Choosing lighting and materials to match image?
Dec 13, 2013
Brian James replied to Juan Carreras's discussion Decal won't render on surface perpendicular to it.
"Hi Juan, Thanks for this report and I see what you mean. I will file a bug now. In the meantime, if you rotate the planar projection slightly using the nxt decal properties, the surfaces on the ends will also receive the decal.  "
May 29, 2013
Brian James replied to Martin's discussion Spherical HDR images
"Hi Martin, This topic can get pretty complicated when you start digging into making your own. I learned how from the first edition of the 'HDR handbook' and I'd highly recommend reading it as well as the authors site…"
Feb 27, 2013
lazylie commented on Brian James's video
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"why  the documents can't display? it always fail to link!"
Oct 13, 2012
Brian James left a comment for Tim Nøhr Elkær
"Hi Tim, I'd love to do that. You can also check out FlyingArchitecture.com for other Rhino models of famous designs. Thanks for the suggestion and the challenge! "
Apr 4, 2012
Tim Nøhr Elkær left a comment for Brian James
"Hi Brian. We met in Frankfurt in connection with the eCAADe conference, and we had dinner together in a very German Gasthaus and you told me a lot about the development of Brazil and the rendereffects which could be obtained using splines. I've…"
Apr 3, 2012
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Feb 9, 2012
Patrick Hickey commented on Brian James's video
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"I have Flamingo & Brazil, but I downloaded nXt yesterday.  It looks what I want in a renderer.  Easy to use. Super tutorial! Thanks, Patrick"
Jan 18, 2012
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Nov 2, 2011
Brian James commented on Brian James's video
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"Hi Raymond and Pat, This visibility of texture maps in the Rhino rendered display mode isn't working properly yet as you know. It's on the list though and we'll get to it as soon as possible. Thanks for the report. "
Sep 21, 2011
Raymond Chu commented on Brian James's video
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"same problem with Pat Tanner here, is there a setting to preview mapping for texture in viewport? thanks!"
Sep 20, 2011
Pat Tanner commented on Brian James's video
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"When viewing the model in a viewport with render set as display mode why can I not see the texture for materials with a texture map"
Sep 19, 2011
Brian James commented on Brian James's video
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"Hi Sandip, Making a stone material in nXt is just like adding the cork texture to the handle in this video. You can change the texture mapping method for your stone as well in object properties. If I misunderstood your question let me know and send…"
Aug 31, 2011
Sandip Paul commented on Brian James's video
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"please  how to make round stone  ?  if u show me  i will be happy"
Aug 30, 2011
stefano Deflorian commented on Brian James's video
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"simple and stright forward to lern. Very effective in the results"
Aug 29, 2011
Nicky Lam commented on Brian James's video
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"It is really helpful for fresh guy like me, thank you."
Aug 5, 2011

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At 10:08am on April 3, 2012, Tim Nøhr Elkær said…

Hi Brian. We met in Frankfurt in connection with the eCAADe conference, and we had dinner together in a very German Gasthaus and you told me a lot about the development of Brazil and the rendereffects which could be obtained using splines. I've enjoyed your Famous Furniture Collection I+II and would like to challenge you to make a III with furniture from the danish masters, starting with Finn Juhl's "Høvdingestol" meaning Chieftans Chair FJ49. I can provide you with 3D scandata to use as underlay, if you are interested? Send me a mail at TNE (at) KADK (dot) DK

 
 
 

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