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    Tutorial: Render Solid Wire-Frames In Blender Under 5 min

    So I know this has been done quite a-lot, but I wanted to make a quick version that starts from the default scene and ends up in a decent wire-frame render, making sure the material setup is first (30 sec into video).

    Here is the result of 5 minutes. (Material setup ends at 2 min) (The rest is lighting and backdrop)
    (DO NOT need to duplicate the mesh)

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    Last edited by DDD; 11-Jan-12 at 17:08.
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    Cool. Another way to skin a cat! I like it. Straight forward.

    Only comment I have is when working on a model watch out. If you extrude an edge after this wire material was applied you are going to get black face! New face color is the wire color.
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    Good point ridix.

    To fix the black face thing, just press A-Key to select all the verticies on editmode like I showed in the video and click assign making sure the "Solid" material is selected.
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    Hi DDD, now i know how to make the wire renders, i wont annoy you any more by making the (easy) mistake lol.



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