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Old 04-01-2006, 11:12 PM   #1
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Default Wireframe Renders

Sorry to ask such a retarded question, but how do you create the wireframe effect on your renders?

I've been away from Maya for like 3 months and I've forgotten everything, but I know this effect can be achieved.
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Hi Rupert,

Here's the fully explained concept of the trick

Another solution would be using a wireframe shader. These can be found on highend3d

Good luck, and welcome back
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