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Old 06-21-2013, 06:40 AM   #1
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Wireframe rendering

Whenever i try to render using the wireframe passes for making a turntable showing both my model and the wireframe,it seems that the wireframe becomes multiplied in when i render it. The amount of lines in the actual model is actually say 40 but when i render it it comes out at 120. This is in the smooth mode. It makes the model looks really clumped. any suggestions on how i can get a good wireframe output ?
Old 06-22-2013, 04:54 PM   #2
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Wireframe rendering in Maya. Initial UV setup in modo. This will allow rendering of base wireframe. You can also render over displacements since it's a color channel solution.

The likely reason why no one has responded to you is you haven't said what program you're using. There's actually more than just one 3D program out there. Some of them aren't even owned by Autodesk (yet).
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Originally Posted by Zarathustra
Some of them aren't even owned by Autodesk (yet).


Also, some dip requires that there be at least 10 characters in a repost. Genius.
Old 06-22-2013, 08:24 PM   #4
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i am using maya 2013...and sorry i am new to this forum,and a beginner. The wireframe i get is tripled in the render than the actual amount of lines i have in the model in smooth mode.
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