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Ericoxer

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About Ericoxer

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    Lighting Designer
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    www.ericboxer.net
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    Chicago, Illinois, US
  1. just out of curiosity, what are the functional problems that leopard has with 12?
  2. Ahh the purge button . . . Thanks Mickey. I told you i was overlooking something stupid!
  3. are you talking about a label lenged? what version of VW are you using?
  4. 12.5.2 Absolutley nothing is imported.
  5. Try refreshing the instruments, see if that helps.
  6. I hadnt noticed until i had to email a file to someone the other day . . . But a very simple drawing of a space that consists of nothing but walls floor and pipes . . . all 3d . . . is 162mb. What am i doing to get such a large file? the pipes are extruded circles, the floor is poly, and the walls are just from the wall tool . . . so i went and looked at some drawings i've done in the past few months and they all seem to be excessively large, and i cant find a reason why. Im not saving any viewports, not caching anything . . . im sure htere is something im overlooking.
  7. What version of LW are you using? that also tends to mess up with import / export
  8. Ericoxer

    Gobos

    What do you mean having trouble trying to get them to show up? just a gobo catalog? Are they not showing up when you render?
  9. thanks guys, that does help!!
  10. I'm sure its possible, im just not sure how. What material do i have to build in order to render a cyc properly from rear a projected source?
  11. try changing your workspace to spotlight.
  12. ok, so its just in radiosity, not renderworks or (obviosly) open GL. Ok, i'll try that. That should get my focuses working better, and i assume this can used to keep the light from passing through the instrument itself . . .nasty nasty shadows.
  13. Sweet! Some news from the inside!! Thats exactly what i was looking for . . . but i can't justify upgrading just for that . . .
  14. I'm fairly new to renderworks, coming from 3DS Max. I've got the basic idea, and for the most part i can make anything look equally good in both . . . except for lighting. Creating the light, and light quality arent really my issue, but i do know that in MAX i can tell light not to affect a certain object, or for an object not to receive light. I've had little success in RW. any help? thanks!!

 

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