Posts by stevelacydesigns

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    Greetings all. I must start by saying I am a huge fan of Enscape. As a residential designer speed is everything and Enscape helps make great use of my time. "Walking" through a model and picking good views to render makes it possible to create an amazing selection of views for a client without expending an inordinate amount of time. I am also a Revit user that appreciates great Sketchup models, but it's unlikely that I will ever switch formats. That being said I have become fairly crafty getting Sketchup "entourage" into Revit to add the required clutter to make a scene look realistic. I am having trouble getting Enscape to display what I would describe as "decal" type materials. I have enclosed to images of a sample glass jar that has a "label" on the jar. One image shows the jar rendered in the cloud through the AutoDesk cloud rendering service. The second is captured from Enscape. As you can see, the Enscape version doesn't display the label. Any thoughts?

    Thanks in Advance, Steve L.

    The first effort was marginal, but I will keep playing around with it and see if I can master this technique. Now I understand why others have commented about the exterior elements showing up on interior reflected surfaces. That seems to be another related issue. Thanks... I will keep experimenting.

    I was completely unaware of that option, so I will check it out immediately. Thanks for the quick answer. I will let you know how it goes.

    I don't seem to be mastering the art of "mirrors" from revit into Enscape. My standard mirrors render locally in Revit, or with Revit cloud based rendering. But, they don't behave like mirrors in Revit. I'm a real narcissist :) so mirrors are important to me. Any thoughts out there?