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Display error isometric axonometry in rendering sketch: shadows are displayed "far and loose" from objects.

Please help me!

Thanks

Architetto Giulio Castellani

 

(iMac pro, formZ 8.6.0.2 (build 10027)

 

 

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I sent the alert to formZ technical support (email: support@formz.com) but I did not get any response.

Maybe FormZ is dead?

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Sketch render is working fine for me. See below with your settings.

Is your model very far from the origin 0,0? If it is, that maybe causing your problem.

 

A small thing like this would not cause me to dump software which has so many amazing tools.

In fact, I just bought an upgrade recently for my second license.

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Thanks Des, but you have to select the "isometric view", only in this mode does not work!

 

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Ok, you are correct when in Isometric only. Apologies for that.

 

A workaround is to create a layer group and move you layers into that. Double click the layer group and use the layer overrides as in this screenshot.

Set the sun to about 1000% for black shadows and the ambient light to 0%.

 

Use Shaded Full.

 

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Thanks again Des, I hope FormZ will find a solution soon to the problem.
Still no response from formZ support.

GC

 

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