In this video, learn how to add spotlights and point lights to the scene to illuminate the scene and add shadows.
- [Narrator] Now that we have our cameras set up, … we can start to add lights to our scene. … Now, the type of lights you add … may be dependent upon the renderer. … We're going to be using Arnold, … so we can use standard Maya lights, … or Arnold lights. … You can find standard lights under the create menu, lights. … And we have a number of different lights. … We're going to be using a spot light, and a point light. … You can also find these same lights … under the rendering shelf, right here. … And if you want, you could add Arnold specific lights, … which are right here. … Now, we're just going to add a spot light, and a point light, … so let's go ahead and start with a spot. … So I'm going to select create, lights, … and then select a spot light. … And you can see this shows up here, … in the center of the scene, … if I hit my move tool by selecting W, … that should up a little bit better. … Now, I'm not seeing the effect of the light in the scene. … Well, that's because we're not using show all lights. …
- Navigating 3D space
- Connecting objects through hierarchies
- Modeling geometry
- Sculpting in 3D
- Creating patch-based surfaces
- Creating and applying textures and materials
- Rendering 3D projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding 3D Space
2. Modeling and 3D Geometry
3. Patch-Based Surfaces
4. Textures and Materials
5. Rendering Images
6. Introduction to Blender
7. Introduction to Maya
8. Introduction to 3ds Max
9. Introduction to Cinema 4D
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