How to model a Lego piece in Blender 2.77

Step 4: This is the Compositing scene in default

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We will change from the UV/Image Editor to the 3D View Editor and change from Solid Viewport to Render Viewport.

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Step 5: In the Node Editor area, you click on the Shader nodes (item 1) and select material you want to edit (item 2)

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Step 6: Change the color in the Diffuse BSDF Shader Node from white to green by clicking on the color white and select the color green from the color wheel.

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Step 7: Press Shift + A » Shader » Mix Shader to create a Mix Shader node.

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Step 8: Left click on the Mix Shader Node and hold mouse, then drag the node to the straight which links between the Diffuse BSDF Node and Material Output and drop it.

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Step 9: Press Shift + A » Shader » Glossy BSDF to create a Glossy BSDF node.

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