Add a litte viewer on the Render Tab in the NXT control panel under where you set image size and resolution so we can easily determine if the image we want to render will be in the "frame" of the NXT…Continue
"The best Tutorial for old school are the two webinar videos on the site:
NXT is quite different. Are you trying to highlight an edge without the resulting shadow? Are you trying to create an effect…"
"I´d REALLY like to switch on or off shadows on a per-light-basis.
I REALLY REALLY can't believe you killed that (already existing & useful) switch in Flamingo 3 (Nxt).
Also, Is there al useful Tutorial for oldschool Rhino/Flamingo…"
"I see. If you want to transfer physical lights from one model to another, there are two ways.
Select the lights out of one model and Copy. Then go to the other model and Paste.
Select the lights in one model, then use File > Export…"
"The default lighting is an hdr of a eucalyptus grove. The trees do cast some shadows so you might be experiencing some of that. Try another hdr (or perhaps, a cloudy sky) for something more uniform.
Another possibility is an…"
"Those look more like different levels of shadows caused by the imaginary multiple lights.
As far as I can tell, when you hit "Render" without explicitly having added your own lighting (point light, spot light, etc) the default…"
Anyone know why I would get lines in the shadows on a 1.5hour rendering for an 8.5 x 11" @ 300dpi very simple render using just the default NXT lighting? Was expecting to have just a nice shadow fade without the lines. I think I let it render long enough. Have to do a lot of these any tips to fix this so I don't have to post process in PS? Tips much appreciated, thanks. …See More