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Creating refractive surfaces

Creating refractive surfaces: SketchUp Rendering Using V-Ray
Creating refractive surfaces: SketchUp Rendering Using V-Ray

Refractive surfaces such as glass change the direction of light. Since glass is so commonplace in the real world, the ability to create realistic refractive surfaces is a key skill in Google SketchUp. If you don't use the correct settings, you'll discover it's all too easy to end up with something that looks and acts more like an empty window frame. For a clear explanation of the intricacies of creating refractive surfaces, be sure to check out this online video.

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 48m
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Architecture CAD Rendering SketchUp V-Ray

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