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    de Waag


    de Waag, a building that once stood in my hometown Sneek, made with blender, and rendered with freestyle for blender.

    final render is 95K of vertices, took just over 8 minutes. i spend alot of time on it, since this is my first decent model of a buiding.

    Rendering with freestyle saved me alot of unwrapping and texturing time, and i thank T.K. and the other freestyle developers for that

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    c&c welcome

    edit:
    a door was missing, and deleting some unseen tree parts made it render in less then 5 minutes
    Last edited by flokkievids; 19-Oct-11 at 06:47.



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    Looks good!
    Could you share freestyle settings?



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    it's a simple curvature2d line style. have a look:
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    Thanks. I thought that you were using some of the new builds. They have a different interface...



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    i am using a pretty recent build. i think what you mean is parameter edit mode, where you can make a line style yourself. in this(python scirpting) mode you pick one of the default line styles that come with blender freestyle. saves alot of time



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