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Star Wars

Hello,

A test in space with R2D2 and the X-Wing fighter!!!
2 models from the Google Warehouse.

The assembly was made and carried under SH3D Sunflow rendering.
link: http://www.mediafire.com/i/?68p26ikqndspit4

(if the link works, import by Emmanuel?)- (Need a little tutorial with Screenshots Mediafire, to include a picture in the forum, please)

In searching about Sunflow, I saw that it was possible to have several types of lights. gives link: http://sfwiki.geneome.net/index.php5?title=Lights

Point Light, Meshlight / Area Light, Spherical Lights and Directional Lights; is it possible to manage them under SH3D? Meslight and Directional lights, are interested.

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Re: Star Wars

Thanks for sharing.

I don't think other kind of lights will appear in a close future in Sweet Home 3D. It would be quite complicate to specify the additional parameters they require.
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Re: Star Wars

Hans, Thanks for your tutorial:
http://www.sweethome3d.com/support/forum/viewthread_thread,1886

here is the photo star wars.


The renderer is nice (at my level). I can not believe myself. laughing
Another will surely come with C-3PO, I must see how to make the material gold.

I do not understand yet how to apply a material that matches what I want in Sunflow. Whether for gold, chrome, glass ... I think the lights seem important to get there. The file 'Mtl' I also still difficult to understand. I am documenting. biggrin

The mesh light I really miss

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Re: Star Wars

Sebastien,

Here is a huge document (500Kb) with info on the OBJ file format.

Hans
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Re: Star Wars

I don't know if this expression exists in English, but 0h the cow! laughing This is a very huge doc.

I think just tested the different levels of illumination, the rest is Chinese confused

Thank for doc, Hans

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Re: Star Wars

Sebastien,

Oui, c'est vachement grand.
It's cowlike big :-)

Hahaha

Hans

PS: it doesn't translate like that in English.
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