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hey guys, i have a question. it may be silly to those more experienced, but i am beginning my adventure with 3d so bear with me please.

I am aiming for the effect in the lower part of the image, kinda like a wireframe view, but all in white or light gray without any textures.

I've seen plenty of various renders like that, mostly product ones, but I've never actually encountered how to create something like that.

I'm using 3dsmax and arnold/vray. Any tips would be much appreciated
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>>631736
Render an AO (Ambient Occlusion) pass and overlay your wireframe.
Please post in our questions thread next time. Thanks! >>630666
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>>631736
That's some nostalgia bomb right there.
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>>631736
This can be done using the VRayEdgesTex map in the diffuse slot of a material and either applying it to all objects in the scene, or setting it as the override material in your render settings.
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>>631737
>>631740

thanks a lot guys! I'm definitely gonna try this out

also, sorry for not posting in the question thread, must have missed that one somehow
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>>631739
Oh those IBMs... When brainlets couldn't use computers
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>>631958
>brainlets
What do Blender users have to do with any of this? Can you guys stop turning every thread into software hate thread? Just enjoy life, man. Use what you want?
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>>632002
Not-so-subtle bait.
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>>632002
Too many levels man, bring it down a notch.




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