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Old 08-09-2006, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default HOW DO I CREATE A SHADER FOR A DVD OR CD

HOW DO I CREATE A SHADER FOR A DVD OR CD

Can anyone give me advice on the best way to create a realistic looking cd please??

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Old 08-09-2006, 07:02 PM   #2
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well i would if i could remember right now i learnt it from alias special effects book

i take it u mean the multi coloured bit on the underneath of the shader?!?!?!

i will repost here some time with in afew days unless some one else has answered

if i forget just remind me

but to start with its with a layered shader so u can have more control
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Go buy "Learning Maya 6: Rendering" it has a good 6 page tutorial on how to make it. I would retype it but its really long...and you have to mess with all sorts of settings to get what you want.
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Theres a shader that you can download from Highend 3d (or it used to be there) for a CD
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cool, how do i find it?


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Much appreciated!!! Great help
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