Click aquí para ver la versión en Español.In this example, the paper is a single face. It has no thickness. Make sure to apply the material to the front face and not the back face.
In SketchUp, apply the material Cladding_Stucco_White within the Brick and Cladding folder.
Now choose the Subsurface Scattering > Wax template in Twilight and change it like this:
Your SketchUp view should now be showing a transparent paper. I've added a bamboo plant from Solo's garden pack on the outside so it projects a shadow on the Shoji screen. For the wood I used the Plastic > Shiny template; for the cups, Ceramic > Porcelain, and for the floor materials, Generic > Soft with some bump.
Rendered in preset 09 for 100 passes (took 4 hours+ on my Dual Core). I raised the exposure a tiny bit to 1.1.
The blurry background was achieved by right clicking on the teapot and choosing Twilight > Set camera target, then moving the camera to the desired position and adding a scene tab to render. Before rendering, in the camera tab in the render window I chose Camera F-number: 2.Room
come from the 3D warehouse.
Bamboo plant can be found in Solo's library of vegetation for SketchUp
Before anyone points this out, the screens are called shoji
, but the paper traditionally used in them is called washi
. Nowadays there are shoji
screens using other materials, including plastic.
If you have any tips to improve any material on the scene, feel free to post them.