First use of an Environment Map

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djegoo
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Re: First use of an Environment Map

Post by djegoo » Mon Apr 12, 2010 12:46 am

madcoo wrote:
Sounds great for trees, plants, etc !!!!

:D

Yeah, this is exactly the way i have been able to export my 2500 trees, 300 benches, and peeps in my model of Paris Austerlitz train station with my good old laptop 2Go ram :) THat's why i really love indigo!!
I use it for Windows,doors, Grass, Furniture (tables, chairs, dishes....), People, or all similar geometries :) and it works for lights too!

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Re: First use of an Environment Map

Post by madcoo » Tue Apr 20, 2010 1:43 am

Sounds absolutely great!
:D

I'm back from holidays :mrgreen: , I'll try this as soon as possible, many thanks djeego!
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