Lighting can make your objects pop to the viewer. Plus, Blender offers tons of customization and light types to help you achieve your goals.
- [Narrator] Now that you've gone ahead … and made some objects inside of Blender. … Let's go ahead and add some lighting … and spruce up the look of everything. … First, I want to zoom out … remember that's control + middle mouse. … Next, I want to reposition some of my objects … so that I can see them all lit up nicely. … So let's go ahead … and select all of my metaballs … and my NURBS and bring it up over here. … And now, I want to go ahead and click on my render preview. … If I click on this little camera icon, … I want to make sure that my render engine says Eevee. … With this light over here, … I can go ahead and manipulate it … by hitting G to move it all around in the scene. … Lights have their properties … down at this green little object data tab. … Here you can click on color … and change it to whatever you'd like. … I can hit shift + d to duplicate this light … and add a second one. … Or I can go up to add, … light and add say an area light. … Now an area light is a little bit like a point light …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learn Blender in Under an Hour
2. Modeling and Sculpting
3. Textures and Shading
4. Create Animations
5. Particles, Forces, and Fire
6. Putting It All Together
7. Advanced Techniques
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