Hi Brain’s Trust … hoping you can help (and please use small words and very clear step-by-step instructions as I am still new to Sketchup.
During the rendering of my shop model the light and shadow appears to have inverted (like a negative of a photograph). I have made a shop model before without this issue.
All light are switched on (checked all 30-odd individually) with the attenuation being an “inverse square” (standard setting). I have tried adjusting the light size/energyattenuation with no affect.
When I process the model to the Twilight render program the initial view shows the internal lights are how I want them … but once the Twilight program runs it renders black/shadow where light should be (screenshot) - and light where there should be shadow. Just like a photograph negative. Obviously I’ve “inverted” my “rendering light” somewhere but no idea where/what/when
I have tried different clarity options - have googled my freckle off - peered into every tool option I think might make a difference - and still no change. Help! I am sure the answer is something very simple.
I am using the Student Pro 2018 program