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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Tutorial: Glass Reflecting the surrounding areas

Reflecting materials are very common, if the environment set up right then the reflections would be more realistic.

There's lot's of techniques to do so, for example: HDRI, Backdrops/Billboards.
So here one way of setting the Environment.

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Here is another tutorial from 40th at asgvis before. He created this tutorial explaining a quick work around on how to create a background scene quickly in Sketchup.

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