PySoy: Metallic Materials
completed by: Darrel
mentors: Amaury Medeiros, Arc Riley, Tony Young, David Czech, Mayank Singh
Tweaking the properties of a material to look good takes time, its often useful to have standard named materials ready to use, ie:
sphere.material = soy.materials.Colored() sphere.material.ambient = soy.atoms.Color('yellow') sphere.material.diffuse = soy.atoms.Color('yellow') sphere.material.specular = soy.atoms.Color('white') sphere.material.shininess = 0.8
Could instead be written as:
material = soy.materials.Colored('gold')
Design 5 metallic materials of different colors (eg, gold, copper, alunimum) which shade well under white light and add them to the soy.materials.Colored class.
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