Lee - There are a lot of factors and settings that come into play when you try to have the "Same" look..
- Lighting direction
- Lighting color
- Scene settings such as:
- Surface Finish
All these setting must be exactly the same, if you want the same results
Thanks for taking the time to reply John.
I appreciate there are a lot of factors but as I created the the 'target' and did'nt adjust many of the settings surely I don't need to check through all of these every time I create a new file?
You don't need to recheck if......
Your templates are the same.
What I would do is pick the "look" that you like and then do a save as copy, (generic part), then open the generic part and delete everything in the feature tree, then save it as a "New" part template. Then every time you want that same look you can use that template, or you could have it as your only template..
One thing to try is to set up an assembly (basically your digital studio room) that has your render environment set up and then just swap out the part and re-render, then all your settings are the same.
Just to add to your comment....
That studio room could be saved in a template format as well, or he could just as well have an assembly saved as studio one and then delete the components when he's done doing the rendering, I think that's what you meant.
Thanks John/Paul those suggestions sound like a sensible solution to my problem (and also one that seems achievable given my rather limited skill set).
Thanks for your time