Sometimes - very often - I need to do some “clay render” (that’s how some people call it on the forums!).
In V4 I just can’t do it. In fact, I’d love if someone could help me on it.
However, in V5 there’s the Skylight option in the Render settings, which seems to do the work.
See the sample below, just to know what I’m talking about (done in V5):
In this image, there’s no darker shadows, which is great for my goal. (If there’s a way to do it in V4, please tell me how)
But there’s a problem: I need to render the wireframes along with the image, however, it looks terrible when they are on it. See the image below:
In a Rendered viewport, the isocurves appears normal (thin).
Why they look so thick in the final render ?
Finishing my topic, this are the questions I need your help:
- Is Skylight the best method for “clay rendering”?
- How can I make the isocurves thinner in the final render?
- Is thera a way to simulate “clay render” in V4?