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Re: starting in render

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Thiago wrote: Fri Dec 08, 2023 5:41 am good morning

why? the red dots are from the capture screen.

would it be this

attachment of the image I want to replicate

thanks
Can you explain because I'm not understanding.
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Re: starting in render

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Good afternoon

All good, I hope so.

Can anyone tell me if the grass settings are correct?

thank you very much
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Yes, your grass settings are correct :salute
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render with glass box

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Good afternoon, colleagues

I have a doubt! (normal).
LOL

I wanted to know because when my bathroom project has a blindex shower (made of glass),
the rendering takes a long time. If I just delete the glass and the render flies.

thank you very much

all the best always
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Hi,

Rendering glass in 3D is complex due to its properties. It reflects and refracts light, and light rays bounce within it until they exit at the correct angle. This makes the process more time-consuming.
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Re: starting in render

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I've found glass a real pain in the arse to do. What I have discovered though, is if you set the opacity to about 90% that really helps and it still looks like glass.
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