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Title: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: tug on December 23, 2011, 10:33:06 am
there are some samples as Severino shown
http://lumion3d.com/forum/index.php?topic=2673.0 (http://lumion3d.com/forum/index.php?topic=2673.0)

here is another one about how use "section cuts" in Lumion 2

animating section (http://vimeo.com/34119434)
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: arch_bd on December 23, 2011, 03:21:49 pm
THIS IS GREAT
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: arch_bd on December 23, 2011, 03:36:00 pm
In the grass area i see square ribs, what is that? has to do with section cuts of Lumion?
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: Remko on December 24, 2011, 12:55:55 pm
In the grass area i see square ribs, what is that? has to do with section cuts of Lumion?

I don't see it but it has nothing to do with the cross section I think.
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: arch_bd on December 24, 2011, 08:46:53 pm
I don't see it but it has nothing to do with the cross section I think.
look at this....i refer to this

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Title: Re: animated section
Post by: blendman on December 25, 2011, 05:41:08 am
Wow Severino, keep them coming!!  They really are great to watch.  Alos I see some fantastic opportunities to be a applied to a major project! 

No one would complain if you did a detailed tutorial too!  ;)

Regards,

blendman
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: tug on December 25, 2011, 12:26:43 pm
look at this....i refer to this


No matter about that square, it a part of my building (there are some stories below the ground floor).

Section plane don't leave any square in your model.
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: tug on December 25, 2011, 12:30:46 pm
Wow Severino, keep them coming!!  They really are great to watch.  Alos I see some fantastic opportunities to be a applied to a major project! 

No one would complain if you did a detailed tutorial too!  ;)

Regards,

blendman

Hi blendmad, it's really easy. I'll post a sample video about how do this.

Let me a couple of days, I'm on a trip, but surely have time to do it for you.

Regards
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: arch_bd on December 25, 2011, 01:29:34 pm
No matter about that square, it a part of my building (there are some stories below the ground floor).

Section plane don't leave any square in your model.
OK, no matter about that square, part of your building, large stories below the ground floor ;)
I was only concerned about what I was looking at nothing more
Regards
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: blendman on December 25, 2011, 01:55:03 pm
Thanks Loft, That would be great, AND much appreciated.

In the meantime enjoy your holiday break!  Merry Christmas!

Regards,

blendmad  :)
Title: Re: animated section
Post by: tug on December 25, 2011, 03:20:37 pm
Thanks Loft, That would be great, AND much appreciated.

In the meantime enjoy your holiday break!  Merry Christmas!

Regards,

blendmad  :)

here  it's ... I hope you understand me.

Untitled (http://vimeo.com/34190273)

Blendmand, this is a short explanation about how to use this effect, I beg your pardon but is done in five minutes.

Once you decided when or since where you want animate your section:

1.- select from Objects/light and special obejects/utilities "clip plane"
2.- located this plane where you want to initialize your cut
3.- in "movie", make a new animation
4.- add a "new effect" to your animation
5.- From "scene effect" use "basic animation" for instance in this case
6.- go to the first frame and locate where the clip plane will be at beginning of the animation
7.- Go to the last frame and locate where the clip plane will be at the end of the animation (you can do with vertical movement or with horizontal movement (free movement))
8.- Render

your clip plane will make your building appear in your animation
Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: blendman on December 26, 2011, 05:48:47 am

THANK YOU SO MUCH LOFTS!!, SO VERY MUCH APPRECIATE YOUR KIND EFFORT TO MAKE THIS!!!!!!!

Regards,

blendman
Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: comnarin on March 04, 2012, 11:16:49 am
Is the cutting plane option available in demo version of Limion 2.0 ?

Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: Aliki_N on March 04, 2012, 06:13:59 pm
That is a very wonderful tutorial Lofts! Thanks a countless times!

Alickn.
Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: Architect JM on March 04, 2012, 11:07:26 pm
... this is a simple test following your instructions...

looks nice....
the problem is the video card.... almost burned...
you need a powerful one ..

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Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: blendman on March 05, 2012, 07:04:02 am
Hey Architect JM, you get my endorsement on this. :-) Very nice indeed!  I think we might have a potentially sustainable thread here, since this effect is very powerful indeed, and very few would not be interested.

I can see a lot of work went into the preparation of this.  Welcome, and sincere thanks.

Regards,

blendman

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Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: Architect JM on March 05, 2012, 12:52:23 pm
 @blendman ;)
I think this is a cool feature.
I'll see your tutorials.
Thanks.
 ::)
Title: Re: animated section- small tutorial
Post by: Architect JM on March 07, 2012, 01:04:27 pm
... another scene during the day...

just trying to improve in this...
I like the results, but the only inconvenient is that if you are planning in doing a long movie with a lot of scenes..... you can't.
because if you want to continue working in your presentation you need to delete the clip plane and then you'll lose it.

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Title: Re: animated section
Post by: bryantdesignstudios on September 06, 2013, 05:40:12 pm
This video was made private, can you give me the password so I can watch your tutorial? Thanks a million!

here  it's ... I hope you understand me.

Untitled (http://vimeo.com/34190273)

Blendmand, this is a short explanation about how to use this effect, I beg your pardon but is done in five minutes.

Once you decided when or since where you want animate your section:

1.- select from Objects/light and special obejects/utilities "clip plane"
2.- located this plane where you want to initialize your cut
3.- in "movie", make a new animation
4.- add a "new effect" to your animation
5.- From "scene effect" use "basic animation" for instance in this case
6.- go to the first frame and locate where the clip plane will be at beginning of the animation
7.- Go to the last frame and locate where the clip plane will be at the end of the animation (you can do with vertical movement or with horizontal movement (free movement))
8.- Render

your clip plane will make your building appear in your animation