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Lighting with Mental Ray

By Mario Malagrino
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Date Added: 9th December 2009
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3ds Max, Photoshop, mental ray

In this way you will have two layers, one is the perfect copy of the other. Apply on the copy a gaussian blur effect (image 17).

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Fig. 18

The last step is very important. Choose the "eraser tool" and delete the part of the image which should be sharp (image 18).

Try to use a soft brush and set it to opacity 60.

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Fig. 19



That's it:)

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial.

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(ID: 149609, pid: 0) Tai on Fri, 14 September 2012 1:23pm
Thank you for a very detailed tutorial! I'm a design student myself and did have CAD course in my university but they are not as good as your tutorials!
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