How do I create a background in AutoCAD, to exhibit my 3D renders?
Hi All, could someone help me with the above query? After I have created a 3D model I wish to set it against a background that would show a shadow / different lighting effects, but I dont know how to do this.
Personally I always work in model space and as a background just draw a kind of a "L" shape wall & floor with a good radius in between like the photo studio are normally using. As per the position of the object in front it gives you plenty
of flexibility to experiment
Hi Denis, I think I have cracked it. But I was just wanting to experiment setting my two models I have done against complimentary backgrounds. Stuff like backgrounds with a gradient and angled lighting to show off curves and different rendering effects. I worked out how to change the background and I've sorted the lighting (ish), but I need to know some tips. Also do I set backgrounds and lighting individually in model space and paper space (I'm using Autocad 2013 3D).