This AutoCAD 2010 Rendering course will teach you how to clearly create and employ several techniques to render professional images in AutoCAD 2010. You will learn fundamental concepts for creating and rendering physical materials, concepts, and photometric lighting effects to add reality to your drawings, as well as insert camera animation and much more.
- Learn how to create impressive and rendered images to get 3D professional quality drawings
- Define lighting, solar and animation studies
- Master the creation and application of transparent, reflection, and embossing textures on materials
A quem se destina
- AutoCAD users who need to tweak their skills in rendering techniques
You will study the AutoCAD 2010 Rendering course and learn techniques for creating transparent, translucent, and other features in physical materials and then learn how to render them in AutoCAD. Also, you’ll learn how to adjust the settings in cameras to shoot the best angle of your drawings, as well as the enhancement of animation resources. You’ll learn about advanced techniques for adjusting indirect lighting effects, which is fundamental for exceptional design work.
Creating and applying materials
You will study in this module how to input basic settings for applying materials to solids. You will also learn about creation and tools for applying materials as well as their properties.
|Aulas deste módulo|
|1|| || Introducing the Interface - Introducing new resources||00:03:54|
|2|| || Introducing control buttons - Learning more about the editing material component||00:03:59|
|3|| || Learning about editing materials - Introducing the material editing option||00:04:37|
|4|| || Creating materials from images - Using the AutoCAD materials database||00:05:20|
|5|| || Associating materials to layers - Using the Attach by layer resource||00:06:26|
|6|| || Mapping solid textures - Positioning textures on a face or applying it to the entire solid||00:04:28|