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Deepu K Abraham asked

How to remove shadow from the 3ds max when I am using Arnold light

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Can you please advise me how i can remove shadow from the 3ds max when Ii am using Arnold light


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Stephen Blair answered

The light is coming from underneath?

Turn off Casts Shadows on the light. Or turn off Receive Shadows on the objects (with an Arnold Properties modifier.

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Deepu K Abraham answered

Dear Stephen,

Thanks for the answer, however light is coming from top and still i can see shadow

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The dark is not shadows, it's reflections. So you would need to remove reflections in order for the assets to render same color everywhere
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