Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with the Materials Editor, part of Rendering with AutoCAD.
- Now that we have materials in our drawing,…it doesn't help much until we transfer it onto an object.…That's no problem, there's a few ways to do that.…The objective of this video is to drag material…onto a solid object.…We will then examine the properties of the object…and apply it that way as well.…Also, we will break a solid down into a mesh…and apply it face by face.…So way to get started, I'm going to…jump into my archway drawing.…On my view cube, I'm going to go to my plan view…just by clicking on top.…I'm going to select my arch and I'm going to type…C-O-P-Y, and I'm going to copy it.…
I'll pick a point here and I'll pick a point here.…Now, I'm going to hit escape a few times.…I'm going to hold down my shift key and the wheel button…and I'm just going to go around to a 3D view.…Now we have two.…What I like to do is go to the Visualize tab,…go to Materials, let's go to our Materials Browser.…
And what I'm going to do is I'm going to grab…one of my materials, I'll grab my 12 in Running-Burgundy…and I'm going to drag it right into my model.…
- 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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