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S Allen

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  1. Hi, I am using VW 2015 and have set up some Renderworks styles to use but am stumped by the appearance of perspective lines on the final render. When creating the style I have opted to apply edges in the edit Renderworks Style dialog box, I have checked realistic not artistic. Can't figure out how to get rid of the extra lines that almost look like an X-ray line as they show the inside of a shape - any help appreciated! I would post a screenshot but can't figure out how to do that either.
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    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    Thanks for that info - I changed the camera angle to 95° and the lines went away! Seems like an annoying "feature" of the camera. I had also wondered why the double click didn't always work so you have cleared that up for me as well.
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    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    Just to point out in the second screen shot I was just showing how those lines don't show with the isometric view so I was wondering if it is somehow connected to the render works camera??
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    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    It didn't happen initially with this particular file then for no obvious reason when I went to render the drawing again the lines were there, then once there they don't go away. Restarting etc doesn't make any difference.
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    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    Have done that, thanks.
  6. S Allen

    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    Yes, did all those things and it comes up saying 0 files. Does it not recognize jpg files?
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    Perspective lines visible in Renderworks style

    Hi, sorry I can't seem to upload a file despite going through those steps - nothing shows although I added a jpg file.

 

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