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

Sponsored Links:



Comments

Leave a comment
[Optional]
(Will not be shown on the site)
[Optional]
[Optional]

Recent Comments

premkumar damodaran said:

hi your blog was very useful on html5 .

Shobana said:

This blog is very useful and I found it really easy to understand. Keep posting :) Thank you so much!!! ...

Asteriisc Technologies said:

Usually I never comment on blogs but your article is so convincing that I never stop myself to say something about it. You?re ...

Lenin said:

Hi, thanks for posting a tips-full article, I had learned more things on this blog, Keep on blogging, thanks . <a href ...

lenin said:

Hi, thanks for posting a tips-full article, I had learned more things on this blog, Keep on blogging, thanks . <a href ...

Hanu said:

One of the Best slide shows i had ever seen, they are really different and prepossessing.

Pallavi said:

<a href="http://www.sparkinfosys.com">Sparkinfosys</a> is One Of the Best Designing and ...

Dev said:

Thanks for sharing your awesome article with helpful post.kee updating.. <a href=? http://www.alltechzsolutions.in/electrical-project.php?>No.1 ...