A shading effect for 3D transformed elements

When working with 3D transformed elements, you might notice that they don?t have any shading and appear to be very flat. In real life, objects block light and have shadows. Surfaces can be matte, reflective, and everything in between. Indeed, we can do better, This tutorial shows you how to create shadows in 3D objects

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Hernan:
2019-11-15 02:11:02

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