Blend the background smoothly with the floor

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Blend the background smoothly with the floor

See how to have the floor of a scene to blend smoothly into the background color. See how to do this using 2 methods. This allows a smooth transition between the scene and the background and also allows to capture shadows and reflections on the floor.

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| 11 years ago
hello friend how i see this video , i play this video but the video play only 10 sec and how i see this video
| 11 years ago
Use Internet Explorer 7 to view and make sure you have the latest Flash player for Explorer. That is applicable to all tutorials on The Area.
| 11 years ago
Awesome. Thank you.
| 11 years ago
Thanks Louis.
| 11 years ago
only get 30 seconds of playback? any idea's
| 11 years ago
Very informative. Thanks for adding another little tool to my box Torsk
| 11 years ago
You are a life saver!! I been trying to figure this out for the past wekkk. Thanks a million...
| 11 years ago
Hi, Could you tell me how to let the matteShadowsReflection mentalray material show an object behind it? thanks
| 10 years ago
Great tutorial! Even though I have been modeling for a year, I never knew how to do that! Thanks!!!!
| 10 years ago
Very Nicely done, but how does one let the mentalray matteShadows material show an object behind it?
| 10 years ago
tnks nice tutorial
| 9 years ago
nice tutorial......
| 6 years ago
Anybody know how to do create this same effect in Maya?
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