Added by on 2013-12-01

Maya Lighting & Rendering 8: Adjusting Raytraced Shadows in Maya

Of the two types of shadows, raytraced shadows are simpler and easier to use. Key controls of Light Radius, Shadow Rays, and Ray Depth Limit are thoroughly explained and demonstrated to create accurate sharp shadows and natural soft shadows. Soft raytraced shadows are used from multiple types of light sources, including spot lights and area lights.

Author – Jeremy Birn

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