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show user profile  LongTimeNoSee
I've used max extensively years ago and have just acquired Maya.

I've noticed the transparent shading in the viewport for modeling (in front of a reference image) works very well in Maya. Truthfully, I've just noticed this in tutorials.

I'm certain that Max can do as good of a job...or can it?

I applied a material with the opacity cranked low but of course, it's appears speckled and messy.

Any advice on a nice schmoooove looking partially opaque shade in the viewport for modelling in Max?

ps. Trying to brush my skills and learn Maya at the same time.
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6/21/2015 3:57:11 PM (last edit: 6/21/2015 3:57:11 PM)
show user profile  9krausec
Just make a material, animate the opacity on the timeline (so you can scrub between 100% and 0% opacity) and go to town?

That's what I've always done in 3ds and it seemed to do the trick.




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6/21/2015 4:01:41 PM (last edit: 6/21/2015 4:01:41 PM)
show user profile  LongTimeNoSee
It just doesn't look as good as Maya.

Maybe my video card settings are different for Max?



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6/21/2015 4:22:34 PM (last edit: 6/21/2015 4:22:34 PM)
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