Join Darrin Lile for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a final render, part of Blender: Hard Surface Modeling.
- [Instructor] Well the last thing we need to do is…render out an image,…and recall that we will br rendering this out…as if it's going to be used in a brochure…or on a website with a transparent background…so the graphic designers can…place it over anything they want.…So let's come over here to the render panel right here,…and let me drag this out,…open this up just a bit.…The first thing let's take a look at…is the resolution.…We don't need it to be 1920 by 1080,…that's a video HD resolution.…
Since this isn't going to be part of a video,…but a still image,…we can change this to really anything we want.…Let's say that the graphic designers have asked us to…deliver an image that is 2K,…or 2000 by 2000 pixels,…so we'll just type that in here, 2000 and 2000.…Also, I want to make sure that the…resolution is at 100 percent,…so I'll just drag that up to 100 percent.…Now in changing this,…you can see we changed the proportion,…or the ratio of the camera here,…and if we scroll out a bit,…we've also changed the frame in our render.…
- Setting up reference images
- Blocking basic forms
- Modeling parts
- Connecting forms
- Adding modeling details
- Lighting the scene
- Adding materials and textures
- Rendering the final scene
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating an Interior Scene with Blenderwith Darrin Lile2h 27m Intermediate
1. Establishing the Foundation Forms
2. Connecting Forms
3. Creating the Interior
4. Adding Details
5. Materials, Textures, and Rendering
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