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Next Limit Technologies has come up with a great affordable plugin for SketchUp, a simpler version of their very powerful Maxwell Render. Here are some quick one click renders using only SketchUp materials, sunlight, and environment. See SketchUp exported images here.
There seems to be some limitations with advanced interior lighting, if there is not a lot of daylight but, who designs without daylighting anymore. For $95 and one click not too bad! There is a great set of starter tutorials that walk you through the interface as well as a large library of Maxwell textures and skies available for your rendering pleasure. Your SketchUp materials can also be saved with the Maxwell render settings for ease of use later. As you can see from my portfolio, I am not a huge fan of photo-realistic renderings. I find my time better spent on designing instead of waiting for renderings. With the new plugin though I can now have the best of both worlds without a lot of hassle. Overall the Maxwell plugin is a well priced, simple, and powerful addition to your SketchUp workflow.
Collect all three, before the end of the year. A great last minute, FREE, X-mas gift for all. They look great on the desk, on the Christmas tree, in a stocking, or helping out with holding the new phone you got for X-mas. Have fun folding and have a great holiday. Princess, X-men, and Zombie.
Be careful you might poke your eye out!
Only for fun, any reproduction rights or copyrights belong to rzfolio.com & Robert Zylstra. See post below for ideas and finished Knuckle Bump.
Here is a sneak peek of a new small project that I am working on, a new hobby that I have picked up recently. Some people call it paper craft or paper toys?
Knuckle Bump! : Zombie
He can hold on to your stuff while you’re busy doing something else. He will let you paint his nails or give him some ink. He can also give you a knuckle bump whenever you need one.
It was shot on location at The Spertus Institute, Chicago. Building designed by a great small firm in Chicago, Krueck and Sexton. Get yours now just in time for studio! DS26SHOP