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#1

Continuing the discussion from Trying To Stir Up The Gallery:

Most of my models are rendered with Indigo Renderer, some with Thea Renderer. 100% of them are created just for fun, perhaps 1% took longer than one evening of sketching. If it’s convenient, I combine the rendered image with a line export from SU.

Here’s a first example from me of a rendered SketchUp model…
I will update this topic from time to time with new images.


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Hello. Newbie with some model critique questions
#2

“Colored glass in concrete”…


#3

Some flutes…


#4

:+1:

Nice. How do they sound?


#5

Mine (50+ years ago) was the same shape but of brown plastic and it sounded quite crappy…

Anssi


#6

All of your models are fascinating! I see a distinct potential for architectural applications resembling your “Colored glass in concrete” model.

Can you share what you did in creating it?


#7

Thank you! It’s a very simple setup, here some “making-of” steps:
(model: glassinconcrete.skp (927.2 KB))

and the used light setup for the rendered version:


#8

This is useful information. Thanks.


#9

A light vase…


#10

Very nice. So light, it almost floats. :smile:


#11

That is really beautiful, imagine a car with a roof like that, or the patio of a home!

The dovetail render also very nice
are these render packages available for free for the old Sketchup on Win7 ultimate
I will be trying to go beyond and learn some rendering
without spending money on buying software

I also love the lamp it sure would sell well in stores in different material mix
wood metal perspex porous materials over the glass lamp

Thanks for sharing


#13

Thank you!

They have trial versions to play with. If you use them for commercial work, you will have to buy a license.


#14

A lighthouse light…

and some details about the setup…


#15


#16

Very interesting design. Is it your own?


#17

Yes, but it’s inspired by some similar chairs from the web…


#18

Hello there,
If I may ask, how do you get this scene with “lights” in SU ?
Is this another plugin that I must look for ?

Vic


#19

The images are rendered with an external Renderer.


#20

This is an excellent idea !
I can see making this in reality using a vase or bottle and turning the discs on the lathe. Attaching the wood discs to the glass with an epoxy resin maybe ?
Wonderful model.


#21

It looks much like AutoDesk Maya, which I have worked in… Miss it much.