2013-05-20

V-ray for SketchUp

Here is the latest batch of renderings we produced at Tiltpixel.  These were all modelled in SketchUp and even rendered in SketchUp using Chaos Groups V-ray for SketchUp plugin.



We were quite impressed with how much we could push v-ray inside SU.  It's the same old rendering engine, and even supports proxies and vray-RT.  For objects that were high poly, we relied on using .vrmesh files. It has everything else in it from render elements and vray 2 sided material to distributed rendering.

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  1. quick q. : even the environment rendered in SU? or it's a post production presentation?

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    1. the environment is rendered in SU as well. The only photoshop is color grading

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  2. Wowwww Its Look like Natural Photo's Can't Belive Its done in SKetchup with Vray .....

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  3. Wowwww Its Look like Natural Photo's Can't Belive Its done in SKetchup with Vray .....

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  4. I know this was posted a while ago, but I am wondering - render times when using Vray for SketchUp? I know you haven't posted very much recently, but your blog has become a great resource/reference point for me as I taught myself to use rendering programs.

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    1. Rendering times are comparable with 3dsmax. It's the same vray, so the more lights and reflections, the longer the render times. For Fresno, above, I think it took a couple hours to render 4000px width images with 24 threads.

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  5. What are the render times when using Vray for Sketchup like? Looks fantastic, and am wondering if this is reasonable to use when putting together proposals in a short time period.

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  6. These are very good. I'm assuming you used the dome light. Don't your render elements come out over exposed in sketchup? Mine always do for some reason.

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