Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Additional shading options, part of Blender Essential Training.
Now, let's take a look at some additional shading parameters that we have for…our materials. And these are all just little tiny parameters that we can use, and…they're found under the Diffuse and Specular options. In fact,…I am going to go ahead and collapse these so that we can just see these Shading options.…Let's go ahead and render the object as it is.…Now, the first one is basically just called Shadeless, so it takes off all of…the shading and it just makes it a solid-color object.…
Now, this can be useful if you want something to just be a light emitter and you…just want it to be a solid color.…This is a great way to do this.…Down the side here we also have what's called Tangent Shading, and what this…does is it really changes the way that the specular highlight works.…Next one is Cubic Interpolation, and this again just changes a little bit the…way that it interprets the shading. It basically will add a little bit more…shading, depending upon how the light hits it.…
Now, we also have three additional sliders.…
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