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1 hour ago, Chopsaw said:

 

Vector view would fix that problem.

 

It would but the real question is how I did it. Took me a few days but finally got it. I'm sure most of the veterans could do it in far less time but for me, its an great achievement on my part. I'll post both the vector and rendered version tomorrow. :-)

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On 12/21/2020 at 12:53 PM, Chopsaw said:

 

Vector view would fix that problem.

 

Ok, that's enough torture (if any). Here are some pics some of you have been waiting for.
Pic 1 - Furniture disabled.
Pic 2 - Furniture enabled. Seating would swivel, of course. Lighting over pool table disabled for shot.
Pic 3 - Doors closed, chairs turned away. Lighting over pool table disabled for shot.

Pic 4 - Vector view (per request).

Still needs adjusting to fix the overlapping issues when the doors are open. To work in the real world would take allot of work.

Suggests for improving welcome.

Hidden Door 2.jpg

Hidden Door 3.jpg

Hidden Door 4.jpg

Hidden Door Vector.jpg

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