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Old 04-05-2007, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default transparency gradient material

i am looking to make a cube where the material is very transparent at the top, and then gradients down so that at the mottom the material is opaque. is there a way of doing this?
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i just thought i could easily do that with a texture map on the transparency. but is there any way of doing that so that light will shine through the transparent bits?
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use a ramp texture, click on the option box of the transparency tab and select the formentioned ramp texture black is totally transparent white totally none transparent

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