Using reflections and highlights


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Using reflections and highlights

If you want to give your project a slightly more refined or polished look, you might want to consider using reflections and highlights. Now before we use reflections, it's important to go up under the Render pop-up menu and make sure that Reflections is actually enabled. Now there are also Shadows in this scene, but I'm just going to leave them off for speed sake for right now. Press F5 to open the Project pane and let's look at some of the settings. If it's not already opened expand the text in the Floor group so we can see each piece of text and this Floor set at the bottom.

I want you to notice something with the Floor. If we go to the Inspector under the Properties tab, the blend mode has been set to Add, and I did that so this would blend in a little bit more and create this interesting gradiated look. If we switch that back to Normal, I know for now it looks kind of rough, but we'll revisit this in a little bit. Let's change that back to Add. So the easiest way ...

Using reflections and highlights
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Using reflections and highlights provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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Video
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