I have been using Sketchup for a while and I would like to change for Rhino.
For my projects, I used to model the 3D in Sketchup, then apply different colours for each materials and then export it to a rendering software (like Artlantis).
I don't know if the method is similar for Rhino, but I have some troubles doing it in Rhino. For example, if I want to create a basic geometry, like a wall, I create a closed polysurface. But let's imagine I want my wall to have several textures : do I have to explode the polysurface to assign a colour (as in Sketchup) for each material or can I apply these different colours within the closed polysurface ?
In sketchup, if I create a wall, I would group it and then within the group I would be able to apply the different colours.
I would be glad to find some help here.
Thank you for your answers and your help.