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  • Can someone help me with this render? It show different material uv than on the viewport

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    Brightness in luminance channel material is set to high. Try disable luminance channel or choose low/lower value of brightness...

    (I haven´t Arnold, so hard to say...)

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    Hi,

    Do you mean that stretching ?
    Looks like a classic example of Sweep Nurbs uv problem.
    You need to adjust Length U parameter. For some reason you did that minus Length V - probably to invert the gradient flow- but it won't work when rendered..

    Change the point order on that reference spline instead,.

    Now you'll get your stem shape inverted, so go to the Sweep object Detail's tab and adjust Scale curve by flipping it horizontally..

    sweepUv.jpg

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  • On 2/2/2020 at 6:49 PM, Voytech said:

    Hi,

    Do you mean that stretching ?
    Looks like a classic example of Sweep Nurbs uv problem.
    You need to adjust Length U parameter. For some reason you did that minus Length V - probably to invert the gradient flow- but it won't work when rendered..

    Change the point order on that reference spline instead,.

    Now you'll get your stem shape inverted, so go to the Sweep object Detail's tab and adjust Scale curve by flipping it horizontally..

    sweepUv.jpg

    thank you!

     

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