Hi again, I am trying to get a rendering from my model without any shadow or dark light,
just plain rendering
Try applying an Appearance out of the Solid folder under Appearances. These are new for SW2012.
That may get you the affect the Sales guys want.
It would really be helpful if you gave more information in your questions. The back story is important to know. That may save you the twenty questions from us trying to figure out what all you need and why. Context matters for the answers we give.
Take a look at this Thread
Hope that helps
I am using SW Professional 2012 x 64 edition
I read this in the link you provided me
"turn off all walls and floors and set the background and environment to "none" and then render as a TIF. You don't even get a blank background that way - just the rendered model."
How can I do that? Can you go step by step I am just learning,
find the attaced file
Where is the attached file?
Attached file is the one I just rendered using the instructions you provided,
I still see some shadows,
is there any way to improve it?
I think that part looks great. If you render it with no influence from the environment it will be just a big blob of color. Will be hard to see the shape of the part.
Thanks for your comment, I am agree with you, but sales people still no happy,
another issue I have, this model was rendered as a fiber glass material, and rendering doesn't represent it at all,
I am missing something or doing something wrong?
I wasn't able to open the file (haven't upgraded to 2012 here yet), but thought I'd throw out a couple of thoughts here.
1. What exactly are the sales people expecting? If I had to guess, it sounds like they're looking for vector type illustrations, which is not what PhotoView is for in the first place. PhotoView makes things look realistic. 3DVIA Composer is what you'd need to use to get illustrator/artwork types of outputs.
2. I can't verify this, but visually it looks like perspective view wasn't turned on for your render. That makes a huge difference in the realism of a part, even if people can't discern why the model looks like "something's off".
Hope that helps.
Sorry if I am not consistent,
time using solidworks is less than 6 months, and PV360 a couple months.
Trying to get the best rendering of my model without shadows
using Photoview 360 in solidworks 2012,
I have done it before with different scenes,
but in this case I cannot get it yet.
Is there any pdf tutorial to get familiar with?
Can you post an image file that you like the way it turned out?
The image attched (Attached by you above) can be post processed in an image manuplation software such as photoshop or GIMP and whicte background can be removed.
Derek, Anna and Ravi,
Thanks for all your comments,
after practicing and repeating, it seems that sales now are happy,
Do anyone know is there a pdf tutorial to learn more of PhotoView 360?
Thanks and best regards.
Looks nice Jonathan. Glad you have it sorted. :-)
Check out Rob Rodriguez's website. He is the PV360 guru.
Book looks too complete.
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