Materials describe how surfaces interact with light in renderings. …Examples include wood, granite, carpet and so on. …In this lesson you will load a number of materials from the Autodesk Library into …the current drawing, and then you will assign them to specific layers. …Open the Rendering One project file, and here in the 3D modeling workspace, go to …the Render tab. In the Materials panel, click the …Materials Browser. At the top of this palette, we have a …list of all of the materials which are currently loaded into the drawing, and …there's only one. It's called Global.…
In fact every drawing has a generic global material. …Down below we have the AutoDesk library, and you can scroll through it. …Let's Open up Fabric and click on Leather. …Right here I'd like to use this Creased Black Leather, on the sofas in the living room. …Click this Up Arrow to add the material to the document, an then it appears in …the list here, in the upper area. Expand Flooring and click on Carpet.…
Scroll through the list until you find a carpet pattern that you like. …
- 3D views, perspectives, and tools in AutoCAD
- Controlling the visual style
- Working with tiled viewports
- Composing perspective views
- Drawing in 3D
- Modeling an Ionic column
- Documenting 3D models
- Creating dynamic slideshows, animations, and renderings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigating in 3D
2. Drawing in 3D
Manually rotating the UCS5m 24s
3. Modeling an Ionic Column
4. Documenting 3D Models
Adjusting projections6m 29s
5. Creating Dynamic Slideshows, Animations, and Renderings
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