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Old 30-11-2003, 12:10 AM   #1
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I watched Toy Story again tonight. Since starting my excursions in Maya a couple of months ago, I now see the incredible skill involved... anyway...

In one scene in the bad kids bedroom, there is a black light hanging over a picture (you know the type of light that makes anything white glow with a blueish glare). I wondered how this effect would be achieved, and if it is possible in Maya?
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they probablyl just took a photo of a real blacklight poster and added some glow, or maybe the used HDRI (not sure if that was around yet...)
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Yeah its a safe bet its faked good. Just put a blue colored light whare you want the black light.. and make sure to make light colors really intence.
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I suppose with Renderman shaders they can fake pretty much anything.
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