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Zihuatanejo
05/09/2014
AWESOME?
Thank you
ahsan
10/30/2012
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zeeshan
10/21/2012
Thanks Andrew You Are Awesome
Love From PAKISTAN.
chronoxiong
07/26/2012
Another great tutorial again Andrew. You are awesome!
Kendrew
07/06/2012
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01/25/2012

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Eric chui
08/22/2011
you are all kinds of awesomeness! Thank you very much for these tutorials you made, i generally think you are a brilliant person and i hope everything works out for you in your future career. Also, congratulations!!

Regards from China
sai kishore
06/19/2011
awesome
and a small request i want know how can we create a water surface with perfect reflection and let me know
my email is skullisskull@gmail.com
Roshan
03/18/2011
This is the best website ever for After Effects ,,,,
Thank u Andrew ,,,, u r the best teacher ever...
love ur Evolution pack.... simply superb and great,
doing great designing's at work.. thanks to u and ur team...
nick su
07/26/2010
hello thx for teaching
but i have a question
i create the blue light that's great
but i how to make the dessert back to real color
because the dessert isn't blue
hahaha sorry for the poor English
Derek Roodbergen
10/28/2016
Hey Nick, I've been working my way through these tutorials. Better late than never I guess. Anyway, I believe the answer you're looking for is in the Source Image layer. Open the dropdown and select the Material Options. Select "Accepts Lights" and toggle it to off. This should set the layer back to it's original color without affecting the other layers. Of course you may still want to do some color correction to it for a more finished look.

I realize this is a six year response and you probably either have the answer or don't need it any longer. Still, there it is.
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31. 3D Reflections with Refractions
• Enhance 3D reflections with watery refraction
• Make surface appear wet and displaced
Posted on May 07, 2007
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