No matter what, the shaded drawing view turns out to be much darker than the model is. It negates the purpose of the view creation. See attached.
Is there a way to get around it?
Any input is much appreciated.
moretti999, There are no options that I'm aware of to alter the image. Generally speaking you should only use shaded view to show a realistic representation of the part and not to indicate measurements or details, use non-shaded views for that.
BTW, most of the time the Shaded View will print a little lighter than what is shown on screen, but I do agree, it is a little darker than it should be.
The two lights are fixed within the modeling enviroment of Inventor. Part of your problem is that you are working with the bottom side of your model. This will be darker than the top side. If you do require to use a shaded view. I would suggest then creating a new IAM and place the exiting IAM into it and change the orientation of the model so that the bottom is now the top. Ungrounded the model and reposition it so the bottom surface is now the top. You can then place the ISO shaded view in your IDW and continue your detail view.
Thank you for giving a valuable clue.
However, I dared to doubt you statement that the 2-light scheme is rather a fixed one.
Instead, I created the View representation and within it I edited the 2-light view so as the bottom of my assembly is lit the way I wanted.
Now, that I had this one at my disposal, I went to the drawing view and chose the newly created representation, which yielded a desired lighting effect.
The results is attached if you are interested.
Thanks again for being instrumental regarding this issue.
I really should have clarified, the lighting within the work/modeling environment is not as flexible as within Studio.
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