Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Friday, September 24, 2010

The Official Bunkspeed Shot for Sketchup has Moved!

The Official Bunkspeed Shot for Sketchup has Moved!  Please use this link for all the latest news, updates and webinars from Bunkspeed > http://www.blog.bunkspeed.com

Thanks,
The Bunkspeed Team

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Norton Motorcycle from 3D Warehouse in Shot



File from Google 3D Warehouse

Bunkspeed Shot - Ray Tracing On


Bunkspeed Shot - Ray Tracing Off

SketchUp model in the new Bunkspeed Shot








Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Render made as part of a modelling challenge on sketchucation forums


This example in HyperShot used an interior shot hdr with a single window and strong outside sunlight. An excellent example of a SketchUp model with HyperShot rendering by Bunkspeed Forum member PrinceDragonCok.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Fast Conceptualization with SketchUp and HyperShot. Total time 32 Minutes.

HyperShot's really fast for prototyping. It's a very simple concept but: modeling in SketchUp 15 min. textures in Illustrator 2 min. and rendering in HyperShot 15 min. What more can you ask for? This example is for very fast conception of a room with my customers. Thanks to Leunamme for posting this to the Bunkspeed Forum.





Monday, February 23, 2009

More SketchUp rendered in HyperShot by Bunkspeed Forum Member leunamme

Just a a little word for share with you a new concept for an kitchen.
All was modeled in SketchUp and hyperShot for sure !



Friday, February 6, 2009

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Monday, February 2, 2009

SU Kitchen Concept from the Bunkspeed Forum

Here's some images of a kitchen concept posted today on our HyperShot forum. These are great examples of rendering a Sketchup concept with HyperShot.



Friday, January 30, 2009

SketchUp Interior Before and After

HyperShot

Sketchup

Monday, January 26, 2009

Architectural Building Before and After

HyperShot

Sketchup

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Kitchen Before and After

HyperShot

Sketchup 7

Here's the same scene in Sketchup and rendered in HyperShot. The HyperShot lighting is the California Desert HDRI that comes with HyperShot

Architectural interior lighting






All credit for this model goes to Sketchup user Pibuz and Princedragoncok from the Bunkspeed HyperShot Forum for this test scene to tryout in Hypershot. Just posting because of recent interest in architectural scenes. Used a variety of different hdri for mood lighting. Light comes from outside the room.. no interior lights in this scene.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Here is a quick example that shows how to install the plugin for SketchUp 7.
It then shows you how to take a model from the Google 3D Warehouse into SketchUp, and then straight into HyperShot.
Once inside HyperShot, we show you how to turn the model into a 3D interactive photograph - in minutes, not hours.

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Friday, January 16, 2009

New Beta HyperShot Plugin for SketchUp 7 available now!


We finally received the necessary code from the Google folks. The plugins are available for immediate download through the updated links on the right.

Just as before, you need to have a licensed commercial or trial version of HyperShot running. Simply download the plugin-in for either Windows or Mac, unzip the file, and double-click on the installer. The installer will take care of everything and put all the necessary files into the right location.

Enjoy.
HyperShot rendering of The Google Sketchup Fort Fun Model

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Refreshed links to the latest plugin Beta

The beta plugin download links have been refreshed with the latest plugin. The links are found in the sidebar on the RIGHT.

Run the executable for windows and this will install the plugin in the C:\Program Files\Google\Google SketchUp 6\Plugins folder. We are awaiting the API for Sketchup 7 so the plugin only will work with Sketchup 6 and earlier.

You also have to have HyperShot licensed version or the trial version installed.

HyperShot for SketchUp - Norton Motorcycle

Here's the example file in Sketchup: Here it is in after a few minutes in HyperShot. HyperShot makes any Sketchup model look REAL...

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Here we import a sketchup model directly from the 3D warehouse. The model is loaded into Sketchup, exported to hyperShot then the BRDF materials are applied with drag and drop. The environment is changed and a background image is loaded to simulate a studio shot. The whole process takes about 5 minutes start to finish.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

HyperShot for SketchUp Plug-in Beta

Welcome to HyperShot for SketchUp

Beta HyperShot for Sketchup plug-in is a super fast photoreal rendering plug-in that you use to export your entire Sketchup scene into HyperShot। Here you can quickly edit materials and place the models in realistic lighting and backgrounds।

We designed the plug-in and HyperShot with a simplified toolset to help you concentrate on two things: getting your images done as efficiently as possible, and having fun while you’re doing it.

It takes just minutes to learn.

Learn more about Bunkspeed HyperShot


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Rendering Dwell Contest winner in HyperShot






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HyperShot for SketchUp Plug-in

Welcome to HyperShot for SketchUp

Sketchup for HyperShot plug-in is a super fast photoreal rendering plug in that you can use to export your entire SketchUp scene into HyperShot where you can quickly edit materials and place the models in realistic lighting and backgrounds.

We designed the plugin and HyperShot with a simplified toolset to help you concentrate on two things: getting your images done as efficiently as possible, and having fun while you’re doing it.

Learn more about Bunkspeed HyperShot