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AutoCAD offers some sophisticated features for adding backgrounds to your rendering. For example, you can place a picture of the sky in the background. You can also add landscape features such as trees and bushes. This section covers the basics of backgrounds. You have a choice of four types of backgrounds: Solid places a solid color in the background. You might use solid black for a night scene. Gradient creates a background of up to three colors in a graded blend. Image places an image in the background (for example, an image of the sky). Merge lets you combine your rendering with the image you currently have on your screen.
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To create a background, choose Background from the Render toolbar to open the Background dialog box, shown in Figure 25-21. If you choose Solid, you can use the current AutoCAD background (usually white or black) or define a color using the same color controls you use for lights and materials, explained earlier in this chapter. If you choose Gradient, you set separate top, middle, and bottom colors. Click the color swatch of the color you want to work with to set its color. Then use the horizon setting to determine the center of the gradient. The height determines, in percentage form, where the second color starts. For example, 33 percent would create three equal levels of color. If you want only two colors, set the height to zero (0). Use Rotation to rotate the gradient.
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Figure 25-21: The Background dialog box
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If you choose Image, use the Image section to specify a file. If you did a full installation (or a custom installation including textures), you have a number of .tga files to choose from in the \Textures subfolder of AutoCAD. Of course, you can use your own files. You can use the following file types: BMP GIF JPG PCX TGA TIF
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Merge uses the current AutoCAD background (usually solid white or black) as the background for the rendering. It doesn t require any settings. You can choose an additional file in the Environment section (at the bottom of the dialog box) to create reflection and refraction effects. You can use the same types of files for environment as for images. AutoCAD maps the image onto a sphere surrounding the scene.
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The landscape commands enable you to create and edit landscapes. AutoCAD comes with a small library of trees, bushes, people, and a DO NOT ENTER road sign. Choose Landscape New from the Render toolbar, choose an item, and preview it. When you find one that you like, set the geometry. Single Face results in quicker rendering than Crossing Faces but is less realistic. Choose View Aligned if you want the object to always face the viewer, like a tree. You might uncheck this for the road sign you don t want the sign to face the viewer from both directions. Set the height (usually in inches) and click Position to place it in your drawing. Note: When you place the landscape object, it appears as a triangle or a rectangle. You don t see the object until you render the view. Choose Landscape Edit to edit the characteristics of an existing landscape object. Choose Landscape Library to edit, delete, and add landscape objects. Choose Fog from the Render toolbar to open the Fog/Depth Cue dialog box. Fog is used to give a sense of distance because objects in the distance often do not appear to be as clear as those close up. Choose Enable Fog to turn fog on. You set the color, near and far distances (where the fog starts and ends), and near and far percentages of fog (how much fog there should be at the near and far distances).
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