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 From:  nacho65 (JUANGALVAN)
1200.1 
Hi Michael:

This is development of a complete tire designed in MOI and rederized in Rhino.
what program of renderized you recommend that it doesn't consummate too many resources?

Excuses for not visiting the forum for a damage to the hard disk of my PC


Best regards

Juan Galvan
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1200.2 In reply to 1200.1 
Hi Juan, that looks like a good result!

For rendering you have several choices in Rhino plug-ins, here is a page that goes over some of them: http://en.wiki.mcneel.com/default.aspx/McNeel/Rhino4RenderPluginList.html

For something that will render fast without too many resources - I think probably Air, VRay, or Brazil would be good choices.


> Excuses for not visiting the forum for a damage to the hard disk of my PC

Oh no! not good.... I hope that you did not lose any important information.

- Michael
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 From:  nacho65 (JUANGALVAN)
1200.3 In reply to 1200.2 
Hi Michael:

The image of this bottle of water this designed in MOI and renderized in Rhino.


It is probably a basic render but in a future it achieves better results with the help of you and all those of the forum.

 

Do you know about new tutorials like those of the very useful forum?

Best regards

Juan Galvan

EDITED: 16 Dec 2007 by JUANGALVAN

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 From:  Michael Gibson
1200.4 In reply to 1200.3 
Hi Juan, another very nice result!

There is nothing wrong with basic renders - sometimes a basic render can actually show off some more properties of your design than a super realistic rendering. This can be good when your focus is mostly on communicating features of your design and not on producing final type display images.

Of course it is nice to do both types as well though.


> Do you know about new tutorials like those of the very useful forum?

Nothing that I know of right now - but you might also be interested in the
Spanish Rhino newsgroup here:
http://news2.mcneel.com/scripts/dnewsweb.exe?cmd=xover&group=rhino.espanol

That may be a good place to ask what people think about some of the different Rhino rendering plug-ins.

- Michael
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 From:  jbshorty
1200.5 In reply to 1200.4 
Yup. And AIR is excellent for toon and occlusion rendering, both at same time in different channels, with PSD ouput for easy blending in Photoshop!

jonah



>>Michael G. wrote:

>>sometimes a basic render can actually show off some more properties of your design than a super realistic rendering.
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