I’ve found a VERY COMPLICATED way to make toon edges. You have to use an alpha sorting error to make edges that go behind the object that is being shaded.
First, make a copy of the object you’re going to shade.
Next, turn it to alpha (the whole thing) NOTE:THIS OBJECT MUST BE ONLY ABOUT 3% BIGGER THAN THE ACTUAL OBJECT, THIS IS NOT THE SHADE!
Then, make the actual shades by copying the original object again, then resizing it (you know how), and then make it ALPHA, and flip normals.
This nifty sorting error gets a cool effect where the edges of that particular (or any object) are behind the actual object.
It works like this: First you have the actual object. The when you have the copy-object (NOT THE SHADE), on top of it, it prevents any alpha-shade from being drawn in front of it… Err… That was way too complicated…
Maybe I should just post a help-blend.
I’ll try to get it to da web today. (Unfortunately I need server space from somewhere.)
UNTIL THEN! -shark-