Rhino 6 – Product Rendering Tutorial (Part 2) Rhino Render d4mer 3D, Blender, Rendering July 24th, 2019 1 Comment 166 views https://i.ytimg.com/vi/xCYVDZbgtcI/hqdefault.jpg This is a Rhino 6 Product Rendering Tutorial. In this part we explore the basic settings for using the Rhino Render. Client Testimonial source Tags blender 3d, blender guru, blender modeling tutorial, CAD, Computer aided design, concept presentation, cycles render tutorial, industrial design, product design, product rendering, Raytracing, rhino 3d Share : tweet Previous Next About the : d4mer Related Posts Advanced Character Rigging in Maya tutorial outcome June 5th, 2020 Autodesk Maya 2018 – Retro Television Speed Modeling June 4th, 2020 Autodesk Maya 2013 Tutorial – Character Modeling – Shirt Part 8 June 3rd, 2020 Beginner Maya 3d Tutorial – how to model a house part01 June 2nd, 2020 Tegan Spine Rigging Tutorial (Maya 2017) June 1st, 2020 Autodesk Maya 2015, Tutorial descarga e inicio, Curso básico español, cap 1 May 31st, 2020 One Comment Tam Gaming July 24, 2019 at 07:26Log in to Reply Sry to say this, but rhino isnt good for rendering for rendering realistic looking product visualisation. I use Rhino6 and i like the workflow of it very much! But for rendering realistic products it cant compare with blender 3d or cinema 4d. I work on work with solidworks, and even this makes way better renderings which are looking much more realistic than with rhino. Also if i have files which are a BIT bigger in rendermode, then i reach extreemly fast the 32GB Ram for a project. This i can do with 8GB on my pc with solidworks, and also 12gb on cinema 4d and even 6gb with Eevee or Cycle. I wished Rhino6 would get it to make smaller files and more realistic renderings. Look on youtube how many videos you find for product visualisation. Near not One!!! Look how many you find for Blender or even Cinema4D or Solidworks!!! Near all Productdesigner use Cinema4D to render or blender now since eevee. Would be awesome if rhino could close this huge gap! Because its a pain in the a… to export always the files from rhino to other softwares only for rendering, and back if something was forgotten. Leave A Comment Click here to cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a comment.