Adjusting shading and light


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Adjusting shading and light

Now comes the fun part. We are going to customize the lighting effect and we are going to actually add a couple of lights. Right now we have just one default light that's being projected onto the Apple. We are going to add two more, because we want convert this fairly drab looking surface here into this very shiny Apple that's included in the 270-degree apple.ai artwork file. I've gone ahead and saved my progress as Mapped surfaces.ai, and I am going to go ahead and once again marquee that left half of the Apple. I marqueed too much, because I went ahead and grabbed that ellipse as well.

So I'll Shift+Click on it to turn off. Then I will switch over to the Appearance panel, click on 3D Revolve Mapped and in order to see your lighting options, notice down here at the bottom you have this thing that says surface Plastic Shading and you can switch between a variety of different options here. You can view a simple Wireframe of your object. I will go ahead and choose that option ...

Adjusting shading and light
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Adjusting shading and light provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design
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