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 Quote from: Tycoonspaceman on November 13, 2017, 01:09:05 pm Quote from: Tycoonspaceman on November 13, 2017, 01:09:05 pm
 level of shine kind of depends on how bright you set the AO layer you can control this by making it darker but go to dark and the shadows in the AO start to show even more its all about personal preference really. ​ level of shine kind of depends on how bright you set the AO layer you can control this by making it darker but go to dark and the shadows in the AO start to show even more its all about personal preference really. ​
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 +**Answer ​by Mattxjs:**
 Level of shine comes from the specular/​gloss layer. (red) Level of shine comes from the specular/​gloss layer. (red)
  
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 All the AO layer does is create the artificial shadows for the model, and while you can make the shadows less pronounced by reducing the contrast of the AO, this does NOT affect the glossiness/​specularity of the model. ;-) All the AO layer does is create the artificial shadows for the model, and while you can make the shadows less pronounced by reducing the contrast of the AO, this does NOT affect the glossiness/​specularity of the model. ;-)
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 +TSM follow-up: ​ aha that could explain alot lowering the contrast on the AO didn't always seem to work on shineys!, edited the tutorial to reflect your input, thanks :-D
  
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