While the final goal is to create a photorealistic, presentation-quality image that illustrates your vision, you create many renderings before you reach that goal.
At a basic level, you can use the RENDER command to render your model without applying any materials, adding any lights, or setting up a scene. When you render a new model, the renderer automatically uses a virtual âover-the-shoulderâ distant light. You cannot move or adjust this light.
The Render dashboard gives you quick access to basic rendering functions.
Rendered images appear either in a viewport or get displayed in the Render Window.
You can render an entire view, a set of selected objects, or a portion of what you see in the viewport.
Set the resolution of the rendered image by specifying the width and the height of the image, in pixels.
Adding materials to objects greatly increases the realism of a model.
You can use several standard render presets to remove the jagged effect from the display of diagonal lines and curved edges.
With shadows, you can create rendered images that have greater depth and realism.