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Is there a way to make visible construction lines when lighting using any 3D software? Kinda like pic related. You can see where the light ray touches the object to plot the cast shadow.
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why would this be usefull, you can just use shadow preview
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>>503296
Helps me understand better. So, is there a way?
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>>503295
If you use CAD software - its simply sketched lines.
For overs - just make a visible edge from a lightsource
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>>503297
https://vimeo.com/18821693

how can you not use google man
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>>503356
Not really what I'm looking for. Thanks anyway.

>>503312
Ok, I'll try this.



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