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Why are Whites not White after 3D effect is applied?

Explorer ,
Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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Changing White Text to 3D using Extrude and Bevel Classic - seems to change the white text to Grey.

How do I retain the white or change it back to white - this occurs not only with white text but with any colour.

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Community Expert , Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

Check your lighting settings. Your light is set to plastic shading which gives the object a matte look. Also your light is off-front-top meaning its not straight on to your surface. Adjust those settings and you can make it closer to white.

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Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

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You will need to adjust the lighting with the dots on the globe in the bottom of the dialog box.

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Thanks very much - it makes sense and has worked somewhat!!

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Check your lighting settings. Your light is set to plastic shading which gives the object a matte look. Also your light is off-front-top meaning its not straight on to your surface. Adjust those settings and you can make it closer to white.

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Thank you for your swift assistance - don't know what plastic shading is, but I have Google and will check it out!!  Thanks again!

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