This is the last of the Kerkythea tutorials and thinking back on it, the video doesn’t really have anything to do with Kerkythea. The video explains some basic. This tutorial is meant for beginners to Kerkythea rendering system. First off, I will like to emphasize that I am no expert in Kerkythea. kerkythea tutorial exterior scene by Architect MENAKA KARUNARATHNA from Sri Lanka Thank you very much for sharing by all the friends.

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This is the end of Part 1 of this Kerkythea Tutorial. As for translations; well in my opinion, unless you really understand what you are translating, you are unable to make really good translations. Royston HertsUK Name: The material libraries can be found here. A big thank you tutoriaos Ezequiel M Rezende for making the translation.!! For ttorials results, you might also want to create a higher resolution depth render than your original image, so you get a more fine-grained match in the post-processing step.

And you get a free dose of GIMP, as a topping for your knowledge cake. All right, so what do you do?


Profile Builder 2 takes parametric modelling to the next level. In this tutorial, I am merely describing what works for me.

Profile Builder 2 Lightspeed modeling of smart building materials. An easy to use guide: Once that libraries are installed, they can be accessed every time you use the software.

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Kerkythea — basic rendering setup Part 2. SketchUp and Kerkythea based tutorials sometimes additional software depending on kerkyghea. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. You may also like: The chief reason is, the render times are absolutely horrendous. This tutorial teaches you a fast way to set up masks in Photoshop from Kerkythea renders with red, green, blue and black doing away with the slow tedious work of tracing them by eye with the Paint Brush or Lasso tool.

New materials will be seen when we use the apply material functions.

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Fri Nov 30, 6: Your guide was a great help for me!! You will melt the thermal paste off your CPU before you manage to produce a few high-quality images showing that lovely fog effect. Kerkythea forum thread discussing this.

From here on, Bob’s your uncle. This tutorial is meant for beginners to Kerkythea rendering system. Though I should kind of fully understand all the things first, am I right? Create stunning presentations to visualize your ideas.

In this tutorial, we will show you three different methods on how to render realistic tutoruals water inside Kerkythea. I guess that should be all for this time. So – you all have something to look forward to soon! The settings and techniques used in this tutorial was used to produce the Product Rendering shown directly below.



Kutai have been so kind and translated the Getting Started tutorial into Japanese language This book will make you wave goodbye to AutoCAD. To install the additional libraries, we do not need to unzip the downloaded files. If you want more fog, you might use the fog layer as the first one and the color image as the mask. Click on image to view tutorial.

tutroials Users browsing this forum: Mon Nov 12, 7: And maybe you would want to wait, cause I’m currently preparing an update of the Getting Started tutorial, where the new features and GUI of KT will be explained Sat Oct 20, 7: Translating from English to another language wouldn’t require that you have full knowledge of the KT application I will show you a few very simple, alternative trick to getting a fog-like effect in Kerkythea, at the expense of only a tiny bit longer render times and some post-processing of images in a program like GIMP.

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