AutoCAD 2010 Animation Render Roman Villa


Fast and perfect render in AutoCAD camera animation with swimming-pool

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  1. Hallo Arajack, AutoCAD 2010 made this. No other software was necessary. But you must be very tricky. Autodesk gives us the “plane”. And we are flying to paradise using this plane. So where we go, depends on us.
    Greetings from Agent Lumino

  2. would you please be willing to send my the dwg. file you used to create this roman villa? I am a mechanical drafting student and I would like to export the water you made into a drawing I am making for my final project. I have tryed repeatedly to create it myself but I do not have all the options you mentioned in the “how to make it” comment like glossiness for example, I would very much appreciate it. thank you.

  3. You have to make a rotation of a 90° arc, so the dome is only a surface and not a solid.
    Create a new material with a texture-map using a panorama image, scaled with fit to gizmo, factor 1. Then use the sphere-mapping and move the centre down a little bit. Then you must activate the perspective view (right click while orbit is active) to zoom into the dome and right click, to adjust the distance.. (Also try cameras or set the variable zoomfactor down to 6 or 8.)
    agentlumino

  4. @fsxfanatic: It was very interesting, that my Win-XP, 2GHz, 2GB-RAM PC did it in 21 hours but had no problems with the memory at all, while the trainings PC’s in our school could do the work in 4 or 5 hours, but AutoCAD stopped with a memory overflow in the half of the render. My conclusion: If you want to swim over the Atlantic Ocean, don’t swim too fast!

  5. @thisismyfirstname
    You have to draw closed 2D-polylines for the profiles – change the user coordination system, if necessary. Then extrude the polyline and you will get a solid. You can use these solids for Booleans, and you can use any kind of closed 2D-geometry for that. If you extrude open geometries, you will get surfaces and no Booleans are allowed. Greeting from Vienna

  6. i have a bit of a problem with making openings in solids and polywalls. I don’t know if i am using the correct method, but i extrude bounded areas into the object. sometimes works sometimes doesn’t. I have reserched quite a bit on this and just didn’t find how to create openings.
    pls respond.

  7. 10 sec video in artlantis at 320×240 25fps on a not that great laptop took only 1h 12min (archicad model btw)

  8. @CommonSenseMan1 Define extended material, pale blue colours, glossiness 26, opacity 0, reflexion 30 translucency 17. Use 59% computer generated texture-maps by waves. Define colour 1 deep blue, colour 2 pale blue. Number of waves 6, radius 50, min. lengths 35, max. lengths 25, amplitude 1, phase 0, random 30159.
    These are the definitions for a pool in centimetre approximately 500×500 units.
    Try it youll like it. Use it for all textures, that should not be patterned.
    Greeting from Vienna

  9. OOOOOOOOhhhhhhh Mmyyyyy GGOoooooooooDDDD!!! That’s Very Wonderful. i have got suprised. if you don’t recognize, can you teach me how did you make it ???

  10. You have to make a rotation of a 90° arc, so the dome is only a surface and not a solid.
    Create a new material with a texture-map using a panorama image, scaled with fit to gizmo, factor 1. Then use the sphere-mapping and move the centre down a little bit. Then you must activate the perspective view (right click while orbit is active) to zoom into the dome and right click, to adjust the distance.. (Also try cameras or set the variable zoomfactor down to 6 or 8.)

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