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Old 27-11-2002, 03:16 AM   #1
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Can anyone who know about material make a list of the types of the materials and what it is used for. Example: Blinn - Metal, something else...
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Check out this link.:p

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I'd seen that before, but he doesn't talk a lot abou it. He make an overview. Anyway, it is a good start...

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It is in the Maya documentation.. check it out..
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it is in:

Maya Library -> Rendering -> Surface Materials....
then sub sections on
Blinn, Lambert blah blah blah
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thanx, i'll take a look
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