In these two images, the light energy was set at the same as the images before, with the ball in the space. The only difference is the Ambient Occlusion with factor at 0.44.
In the top image, the ball could be a grey pearl: we have a ‘point light’.
In the bottom image, the ball could be a ping-pong ball: we have a ‘sun light’.
Is the type of light that make all the difference
In these four exercises i learned that before deciding the colors of my 3D scene, i have to decide where the scene is placed: in the space, or in earth’s atmosphere?
And ‘light point’ and ‘light sun’ have different power, also if the energy has been set at the same value: so i have to decide also what kind of light to use in my scene, because is not the same type of lighting and it change deeply my scene.
Now, after these exercises with light, when i live in my house, i watch things on the table and i see how light shows me their colors, where the shadow is, how much strong is that shadow, and i find that grey that i believed it would give me much problem.
In blender, we don’t create a 3D image, we create the reality, this is the first thing we must think about, and that’s why i had this problem with white color.
Thank you guys for letting me know.