Hey all. On my degree course we get to learn some stuff in 3DS Max, so I'm currently in the process of doing just that. Along the way, we get shown various techniques and tutorials. One of my latest ones was a "Bowl and Egg" tutorial, where the point of the tutorial was to teach you about texture properties for surfaces and the different types of lighting. I finished the tutorial, and I ended up with a glass table and a bowl with some... really gone off looking eggs. So I searched around on the internet for eggs and made a quick-and-easy egg texture in photoshop. The only problem was, no light was getting to the inside of the bowl. Great :/ In the end I moved my main light source to the top of the bowl, and shoved an omni light to where the main light source was, and the final thing turned out great! The only thing is, as I've shown it people, due to the size of the eggs a lot of people have said they actually look like almonds Hence the name Almond Eggs, hehe. Here it is: (thumbnail, of course). What do you guys think? Feedback, comments? It was just a random tut and nothing progressive, bear in mind. If anyone really likes it, I'll gladly re-render the image into your wallpaper size, although you'll have to give me a few days because I don't have 3DS Max at home.