While I’m doing section cuts for view… But why I see the wall on the up side… Plz share the solutions
V-Ray does not display native section cuts, use the V-Ray Mesh Clipper
It’s active but still
You need to tell us a bit more what the actual problem is.
Now it’s just guessing.
Is it the tall white section cut fill at the upper end of your model?
Best is you share the model itself instead of an image.
My guess is you have a section cut fill of a basic loop of edges, but I might be wrong.
I’ll send my model
@priyankababe123, I can’t find your protected file.
Just check it now
im not able to upload the model
either set the google drive file sharing option to ‘Anyone that has a link’
or use WeTransfer
or Trimble Connect
Your uploaded model seems to be a different model than what is shown in the image in your first post.
I disabled all tags but “Untagged”, the active tag (as should) and nothing changed as for visible geometry.
Also I see tags with names from different languages (as muren, meubelen, Dutch names). So my guess is you grabbed all sorts of stuff fron 3D Warehouse. To me it seems that your 80 Mb+ model isn’t well organized. I still don’t know what you are looking for from your original question. Not with this model.
That happens when I render section in perspective view using vray
Check this video to see the difference between using native section cuts and the mesh clipper in V-Ray
Those artifacts that appear in rendering are probably related to multiple modeling errors:
- a multitude of hidden raw geometry
- reversed faces
- missing faces, overlapping surfaces
- incorrect use of groups and layers
Normally all these modeling and working errors should be corrected and only then move to rendering.
If you still want to continue with what you have at the moment, you could render and get rid of those artifacts if you change a setting (but you will lose the texture of the section)
And in general, as MikeWayzovski has already shown you, it’s a good idea to use Mesh Clipper for rendering sections in V-ray.
If you add the section plane inside a group, it affects only that group…