Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the Materials Browser, part of Rendering with AutoCAD.
- To get started with the rendering,…one must have something to render.…Such as a material.…Sure, we could try to render just an extruded face,…but what good is that?…The objective of this video is to get a look…at the materials browser.…We will examine what is in the Autodesk library,…versus what is actually in our drawing.…We will then look at the different dialog configurations,…then we'll start adding some materials…to our actual drawing.…So to get started, I'm going to…jump into my archway drawing.…But you can jump into any model you want.…I'm going to go to my Visualize tab.…Now, over here I have a Materials dropdown.…
Keep in mind my resolution may be different than yours,…but you'll be able to find it.…So for my materials, I'm going to hit the dropdown,…I'm going to go to my Materials browser.…Now, what this does is this opens up a tool palette.…Now, the way this is broken down is the document materials.…We don't really have anything in here.…We have to have some material to get started.…Look at Global as layer zero.…
- Exploring workspaces
- Adding and mapping materials
- Setting up visual styles and viewports
- Adding and adjusting lighting
- Rendering a scene
- Creating cameras
- Animating a scene
Skill Level Intermediate
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