(HEY! this is my very first instructable so please give me good feedback and some things i can improve on.) In this tutorial you will be learning how to change your lighting from normal lighting (with a lamp) to ambient occlusions (without a lamp). Before i get to in-depth with this ambient occlusions adds more of a soft lighting effect and not such a hard lighting. So let's get started.

Step 1: 1st Part of Scene

First you are going to need to make a scene to test your ambient occlusions settings on. So first make a simple cube and size it out by 5 and size it down on the z axis by pressig s and then z and then size it down till it is like the picture.
Good instructable! also, It is nearly impossible to teach &quot;blender&quot; in one instructable, as it is extremely large, so i think it is good enough.<br />
You seem to be assuming people know how to use Blender, for something simple I wonder whether this is of much use to people who do?<br /> It doesn't explain how to use the software, rather than show what you did (to me who hasn't used Blender)<br /> <br /> L<br />
ok thanks well if you would like to ask for any tutorials ask me<br /> thanks for commenting
You could fill-in on the details, link in to where you get Blender? I think this would be a good base for a tutorial if it had more information in it.<br /> <br /> L<br />
ok well you can get blender from <a href="http://www.blender.org" rel="nofollow">www.blender. org&nbsp;&nbsp; </a>
Ah thanks.<br /> <br /> L<br />
I can't wait for 2.5 to come out!<br />
heres a render i did with this kind of lighting
it has been out the one i use is 2.49 o and thanx for commentsing<br />

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