I did a slanted wall and when I take the 3d photo, it goes away. I have a picture hanging on the wall but in the 3d its hanging in mid air. any ideas??
The wall is not connected to the ground - delete it and redraw it with a connection to another wall at both ends once.
Thanks for the reply but I tried that and the wall still goes away in the 3d photo.
If you make it public and post it here someone will take a look at it. :)
Hi greg, just make it public and post the name, we'll find it :)
Ok, I made it public. You should see a picture hanging in mid air, should be a wall there. Help me please!!!
Was able to make a copy before it was made private again but couldn't fix it.
Want to give it a try?
There are a few walls in this huge template that are not connected properly so this is not the only problem.
The wall in question was partially deleted to make an opening - I put in a door opening instead.
Good luck! :)
Roomstyler is what the name implies, it's a tool built and optimized for designing individual rooms. A home as large and complex as yours (all together 77 walls, 16 doors, 18 windows, 194 products and 5 materials) is beyond the limitations of this tool. There is a limit to the amount of stuff/complexity it is able to process.
1. There is a limit of about 15 lights, any more and they stop working.
2. There is also a limit of approx. 450 items you can use in a design, any more and the design won't render.
3. Stub walls will disappear when rendered (because they are not connected to a wall on both ends) - better to draw a full wall across and using an adjustable door opening to create the opening.
4. Read Roomstyler's Manual (at the top of the Forum page) - it's very helpful.
You've put a lot of effort into this design and it's absolutely amazing!
I would suggest:
1. Use "save as" and make a copy of each individual room.
2. Delete everything except the room you placed the camera in (and openly adjoining rooms visible to the camera)
4. Fix the walls, adjust your design and render.
Good luck! :)