Illustrate! 5.7 For 3Ds Max 2012 x32bit/x64bit

Illustrate! 5.7 For 3Ds Max 2012 x32bit/x64bit

Illustrate! 5.7 For 3Ds Max 2012 x32bit/x64bit


Illustrate! is the market-leading cel and illustration renderer. This latest version includes a completely new Flash rendering engine that provides many advanced rendering features including shading and support for intersecting objects.

From its initial inception in 1994 Illustrate! has continued to deliver "best of class" technology ever since. Illustrate! remains the fastest and most advanced non-photorealistic renderer for 3DS MAX.

What's New?

Among the new enhancements in this version...

General

Designed for complete compatibility with 3ds Max 2012 (32-bit and 64-bit)

What is Illustrate!?

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...

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