Employing the Point light type


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Employing the Point light type

When rendering with Twilight in SketchUp, especially if we are producing architectural visualizations, there is a very high likelihood that we will need to create or re-create artificial light sources for our renders. To help with this area, Twilight gives us two specific light types that can cover many artificial lighting situations. We will in this instance be once again working with an artificially darkened start scene. This means that we can keep test renders very straightforward, in that the illumination we see in them will be coming only from the light type under consideration.

So, if we just come up to our Twilight toolbar, you can see that we have two icons that allow us essentially to create our two light types in the scene: we have a Point Light icon and a Spot Light icon. In this video we're going to focus on using our Point or Omni light type. To make a start, we just want to come over to our Window menu and then come down and select the Layers option. This of course wil...

Employing the Point light type
Video duration: 6m 35s 2h 56m Intermediate

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Employing the Point light type provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Brian Bradley as part of the SketchUp Rendering Using Twilight

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CAD
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SketchUp Twilight Render
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