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Author Topic: Why objects should retain the options for shadows in Raytracing  (Read 15930 times)

VBSmiles

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Re: Why objects should retain the options for shadows in Raytracing
« Reply #15 on: November 08, 2008, 08:47:36 pm »



VBSmiles, have you tried taking out the glass in the circles of your lamp and just keep the green cube ? Your image is rather dark so maybe you would get your shadows without anybody noticing that the glass is missing.



Lynn22. That Idea would be ok if I actually used a glass in the lamp. The local light is in the "light", not in front of it. The glowing object is blocking all light, in other words ;)
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