Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Showing materials and textures, part of AutoCAD: Rendering.
Along with our visual styles,…we can choose to see or not to see…materials, textures, and other items.…What I'd like to do in this short video…is kind of override our visual styles,…just to see what goes on behind the scenes.…So, to get started let's jump into…our archway drawing or, of course,…whatever drawing you may have open,…and I'm going to go to my visual styles panel…and I'm going to change a few things up.…Instead of "current",…I'm going to hit the drop-down here and…I'm going to switch to 2D wireframe.…Now, over here for "isolines",…I'm going to grab "facet edges".…
On the next one, I'm going to click on "hide".…Now over here, instead of "normal",…I'm going to go down to "desaturate".…Now you see how we can kind of jump through…and just override settings so it's not as drastic.…On the very end here,…I'm going to go with the warm cool face style...…ooh, that is warm and cool.…Now I'm going to jump over here and…then I'm going to create an x-ray effect.…Now we can see right inside of our shape.…
Now over here for "materials",…
- 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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1. Adding Materials
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