Nope. Nothing like that that I’ve seen. You might want to post about this in the requests section.
I really enjoyed setting this little scene up. Enscape continues to make generating beautiful images fun!
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Happy New Year!
Title: Christmas Eve In The Forest
Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!
Yeah. It’s definitely frustrating if you haven’t set up any construction lines to work from. It adds a lot of extra steps.
+1 for me as well. Maybe support .abc or animated .fbx files at some point in the future too?
Sad to read that. Sounds like a good candidate for the hotfix release. But we need some more information to tackle it down. Could you give more precise step-by-step instructions? If I got it right:
1. Open CAD (Sketchup?) with a project
2. Change some Enscape settings
3. Start Enscape
4. Change some Enscape settings
5. Save settings to project
6. Close Enscape window
Ive got some time to do some trouble shooting. Ill work on getting you steps to reproduce today if I can. Ive also noticed, legacy import is really really slow to open, ill explore that in a separate ticket.
Im having an issue where anytime I save my settings to file I get a bug splat. Usually it occurs after I've started a rendering and then closed it down. Its intermittent and starting to cost me a lot of time.
Hi Ted.Vitale ,
well, you're right, it doesn't say so in the description, but it says it right in the title! Most festive image!
No, seriously, you're welcome to post a video alongside, and I promise we're going to watch it (at least partially) when selecting the winner, but please send in at least one image, as well, so it's easier to share in social media etc. when selected
Youre right it does say image, just wanted to clarify because it didn't explicitly say no animation
Got all excited about this only to find that STREET VIEW does NOT work on iPhone!...
Yes they have an APP.... but it only produces a BLACK screen... Ugh...
Any other iPhone apps to try?
I don't know if this trick still works, but this might be what you're looking for Duane.
This string does not bode well for my upgrade from 2.5
Its not explicitly stated in the guidelines, but is this limited strictly to still images, or can we submit animations as well?
In the third picture, how do you generate distant buildings near the horizon?
And is the glare of lights added in PS?
Thanks for the kind words!
The way that was achieved was by first photographing the skyline from the rendering location for our back-plate image. To do this, we got up on the roof of the building and shot about where the rendered view was located. While the sun location of the shot was correct, unfortunately, the lighting of our image wasn't great so to, combine the skyline with the HDRI I wanted to used, I applied the image to a surface in SketchUp, then cut the building skyline out and deleted the sky from the image and scaled it into the background appropriately. The same process was done in the apartment shot.
Hope that helps! Ill try and get a screen grab and post it at some point so its easier to see what I'm describing.
They deleted it so we have no idea what is the most popular request, there is a lot of up voting on topics but there is no way to know what "SHOULD" be worked on next or if ever, quite a few months ago i brought this exact topic up and it was promised we are working on something to replace it (Trello) still waiting guys
The development of Enscape is of grave concern to me as they don't seem to have a coherent road map addressing user requests in a timely manner. any idea when or if we will be able to create our own enscape objects???
It seems to me that Enscape needs a complete re-work from the ground up to make it more of an engine and allowing more talented people to develop the front end for the various software
I would wholeheartedly disagree with everything you’ve said. The Enscape team has regularly produced a responsive product that has continually grown with the community and in multiple programs (revit, SketchUp, rhino, archicad). They are incredibly responsive and continue to grow and evolve the product.
I used the large file, from revit, as the base and I’ll pull out each individual file as an independent render. The largest file is about 1.8gb and they all average about a gig so it’d be too large for one model.
I’ll try to pull together some in-scene examples of how it’s done. Essentially it’s a photographed backplate that gets cut out just off the horizon. Most of it is done in-render, Photoshop is limited to the people and glows/exposure tweaks.
The client came back with some changes they wanted to see. Here’s the Final-Final set until the next set 😂
There used to be a trello page with a project roadmap. What ever happened to that?
Just wrapped up a project. Really happy with the overall results, as usual. This was done in Enscape 2.5 an some photoshop post production.
Looking forward to finally upgrading to 2.6 after this set.