Under mount sink

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Under mount sink

Postby Damon Nabors » Sat, Jan 05 2008, 4:12PM

Playing around with the tools to see if I could make an undermount sink. Not Perfect, but on the right track.
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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Joe Dusel » Sun, Jan 06 2008, 10:24PM

It looks good Damon. Nice looking granite as well. One suggestion I have is to change the shine on the faucet to something like 10%. There must be a bug in the program that it makes 0% shine look like a mirror, that's probably why your faucet is reflecting everything.

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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Damon Nabors » Sun, Jan 06 2008, 11:46PM

Yea I was wondering about that, the faucet did look like crap. I'll try adjusting the shine. Thanks Joe.
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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Walker T Scott » Tue, Jan 08 2008, 10:47AM

I’ve passed along the texture issue from the faucet to the programmers. Ill get back with you gentlemen as soon as I hear something.

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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Damon Nabors » Tue, Jan 08 2008, 3:11PM

Thanks Walker, appreciate you help.

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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Jan 09 2008, 7:43AM

The high reflection of some items like the faucet are due to the Appearance Settings it has been given for it's texture to create the metallic look. You can take the object into the display part editor and reduce the Gloss, Specular, and Mirror settings and re-save the part and it will still look metallic but have less reflection. You can also un-check Environmental Mapping.
When you find a metallic look that works for you, save it under Appearance setting.
If you just reduce the shine in presentation view, the object usually loses the appearance of metal

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Re: Under mount sink

Postby Damon Nabors » Wed, Jan 09 2008, 8:40AM

AH HA! Thank you Master! Grasshopper learn very quickly.
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