Advise needed for outdoor rendering

(Yigit) #1

Hi friends…

I am using Rhino 5 and VRAY 3.40 for my projects (See Attachment as example). Unfortunately VRAY is hard to use. Is there any other plugin you can suggest?

(Yigit) #2

#3

If you don’t need perfect mirror reflections and you could live with basic materials like you can setup per Rhino, than you should look at Enscape. It’s a very fast real time engine and an image like yours should be no problem. Render times are a few seconds, also for interiors. Also you can render animations in a few minutes, if you own a good graphic card. And if you like you can use 3D glasses to discover your scene.

Here you find a lot of nice renders. You should know, you get what you see, not so much more is possible. But with the possible options you can do a lot.
https://forum.enscape3d.com/index.php?board/7-showcase/&pageNo=1

Enscape or Vray? It’s a question of your need. I use Vray (at the moment only VfR2) all days and Enscape from time to time. (Enscape allow to buy licenses for a month only too, so you can buy the license for projects, if needed.)

If Enscape isn’t enough for you, I would stick at Vray. I expect a hugh step forward by the next version.

-Micha

#4

in my opinion, enscape sucks in rhino.
they are developing their engine for sketchup and revit.
no ies support for rhino plugin
no AO

it’s a good choice only if you want rendering architectural interior in few seconds.
better eevee for blender ,export your projects in FBX and try blender 2.80 for free.

(jesterKing) #5

Or directly import your 3dm file into Blender 2.80: https://blenderartists.org/t/import-rhinoceros-3d-files-into-blender/1136070

(Nathan 'jesterKing' Letwory) split this topic #6

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#7

So far I know it’s on the way for the next release.