lunes, 24 de mayo de 2010

Illustrate! 5.6 for 3DsMax 2010 x32Bit

Illustrate! 5.6 for 3DsMax 2010 x32Bit & 64Bit | 8 Mb

Illustrate! is a non-photorealistic renderer.
It allows you to render your 3D scene in a variety of artistic styles. The most common is the cel or toon style where the objects are rendered with a single or limited number of colors and the edges are drawn with a line. This version of Illustrate! is particularly adept at this style of rendering. It includes a lot of advanced features for creating film resolution cel renderings.
Illustrate! also renders illustrations. Most commonly these are technical illustrations with hidden-lines eliminated. Illustrate! supports a huge variety of line styles so you can create complex illustrations.

One amazing feature of Illustrate! is its ability to render these styles out to vector artwork. It currently supports Shockwave Flash, Adobe Illustrator, and Autocad DXF output. This allows you render your 3D scenes for displaying on the Internet or for inclusion with other vector graphics.

Below are some examples of the many rendering styles that Illustrate! supports...


From its initial inception in 1994 the Illustrate! renderer has grown and advanced, continually bringing you the best cutting-edge non-photorealistic rendering technology. This latest version pushes that envelope far beyond anything available today. Illustrate! boasts a wide range of features that help animators and artists produce professional artwork with a minimum of time and effort.

Web Designing

Illustrate! is going to make your web site explode! You can now render, directly from 3DS MAX, a Shockwave Flash animation of your scene. Just click Render and Illustrate! will produce a Flash file that is not only incredibly small but highly optimized for the fastest playback. Imagine the possiblities...

Quick and Easy

Don't want to learn another plugin? Illustrate! includes the Rendering Wizard that sets up your output simply and easily. Just answer a series of questions, including output format, background color, and so on, and Illustrate! prepares the rendering for you. All that remains is for you to click on Render. If you do want to delve deeper into the enormous possiblities offered by Illustrate! the new advanced help system will provide you with all the information you need, including tutorials and examples


Want to show your client a precise vector drawing of your scene? Illustrate! is designed to coexist with the MAX photorealistic renderer so that you can render an illustration or a normal MAX rendering from the same scene. Just select the vector output format(Shockwave Flash, Adobe Illustrator, and Autocad DXF) and Illustrate! will produce the artwork including individual line colors, style, and weights.

For technical illustrations you can choose from a wide range of line styles including Center, Dashed, Phantom, Border, Divide, or create your own. Illustrate! includes the ability to draw the lines where two objects intersect or a single object self-intersects. Even Autocad is missing this much needed feature. In addition to lines of Surface Intersection, you can draw the following edge types: Folds, Creases, MAX Defined, Material Change, and the object's precise Silhouette.

Cel and Toons

Illustrate! has been designed to produce high-quality film-resolution cel animations. Many companies are now using Illustrate! to create full feature length animated films.

Your models can be rendered with the advanced Cel Shader. It supports such unique features as reflections and refractions in the final toon shading. This is in addition to supporting ALL the 3DS MAX map and texture types. Additional effects such as combining 3D shading and light tinting are also available.

Illustrate! will render lines with variable weights. All lines are drawn with the best anti-aliasing quality and precision possible. You have total control over line weight, color and style for ANY edge in your model.

Lines and surfaces can be rendered in separate passes to separate files for compositing later or combined automatically in Illustrate!

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1 comentario:

  1. Hola y gracias.
    Tengo un problemilla y es seguro que hago algo mal.
    Tengo Windows 7 y Max 2010, me instalo el illustrate y no me aparece en la barra principal (a continuación de Help) ni en Common para cambiar el motor de Render a si que no puedo ni usarlo ni activarlo. Agradecería ayuda por que me es necesario para sacar planos en DXF.
    Mil Gracias