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Old 09-04-2003, 03:52 AM   #1
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There s a nice tutorial on maya web site under maya 5 mental ray .. final gather.

I am guessing Final Gather IS Radiosity.

Anyway the only thing I don't know so far to re crate the dome is to "Invert Normals"

How is that done with a polygon or nurb?

P.S. Posted even under effects Mental Ray please leave both Threads open
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its done with polys... create the dome and then:

edit polygons -> normals -> reverse [option box] and then set it to reverse and then click on reverse

reverse,
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