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Monday 19 September 2011

Nomeradona's Tutorial_September 2011

Access the tutorials of Nomeradona for the month of September.

1. How to correct those jumbled mapping in SketchUp

2. How to create Pool Water in Vray Sketchup


  1. hi sir, can you give me some suggestions on how can i have lights/shadow reflections on floors(tiles,granite tops & wood floors, etc) new to vray sketchup, and am having a hard time figuring this out.any ideas/suggestions will be of much help..THANK YOU.

  2. i guess your best thing to do is to download the vray sketchup manual. it will show you how to create reflection, bump etc. manipulate the lighting, shadows and so on and so forth. look on the left there is an image Download Vray USer GUide.