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Old 01-06-2004, 08:23 AM   #1
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hey guys hows this.? IWth a lil motion blur.. how does this look.?
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Either the scenes not lit too good, or theres too much motion blur, because I cant even make out what the charcter is.
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I agree, a tad too much blur..
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well it depends what you want to say with it...right now I only get the feeling you don't want to show the character...


..motion blur is mostly put on a character when it's in action but lookin' at this image...it doesn't has got much value...
maybe if you make a action position of the character and put a motion blur only at the action parts (like legs, or arms)

of course lighten the scene would be a good start to update this render...

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Too Noisy too!! Just tone it down a little , or post a small version of it animated then we'll see what you're trying to do


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