What is Cap?

Cap is an important process in 3D visualization. It helps to create the illusion of volume and three-dimensionality in a scene. Without it, objects would appear flat and two-dimensional.

Cap involves the use of light and shadow to give an object depth and dimension. The way light falls on an object can make it appear round or angular. By playing with the light, we can create the illusion of different shapes and sizes.

Shadows are also an important part of cap. They help to ground an object in a scene and give it a sense of weight. With shadows, we can make an object look bigger or smaller than it actually is. Cap is a vital tool for any artist working in 3D visualization.