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Frameless Mirrors

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Hi all

 

Wondering if anyone can shed some light on this for me.....

 

I just need some help knowing how to apply a frameless mirror to a wall?

 

Thanks in advance,

Rod

 

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Take advantage of the Knowledge Base. Search there and you will find your answer.

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There are some basic recangular mirror objects in the Library Browser (some with frames, some without).

If you don't see a reflection, then check out KB-00858: Showing Mirror Reflections

 

If you need a custom shape, you might want to see if any of the ones from this bonus catalog that you can purchase for $2.99 will suit your needs.

https://3dlibrary.chiefarchitect.com/index.php?r=site/detail/942

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Hi guys

 

Sorry for the very delayed response :-/ been a little hectic the past few weeks with work etc.

 

Thank you for your response, I searched the catalogue and found the mirrors easy enough, but they all had frames, apart from one, which was just named "mirror", but when I go to apply it, it is an effect (converts the whole wall), not an actual object. Unless I just need to have another look.

 

I had a bit of a look on Knowledge base but could't see anything that stood out. I will have to have a closer look at that also.

 

Thanks again for the help.

Rod

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Here's something you can try,   use a soffit or box shape, resize it and apply the mirror material to it.

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The one named "Mirror" is a material, not an object that you would apply the mirror material to.  Like LawB suggested, see if one of the Shapes will work instead if you resize it very thin.

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Hi guys

 

Thanks for all your help, that soffit suggestion worked a treat :-)

 

Side note: I also used the Soffit to create a canvas style painting on the wall (no frame) which had been bugging me for while.

 

Much appreciated

Rod

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