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Old 14-02-2004, 07:41 PM   #1
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Something is wrong with my render how can i fix it?
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what is wrong with it? What is it supposed to look like?
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If you mean that there are those certain dark/shadow spots, and you don't want them there, it is likely that there are 2 or more faces in the same place. Try in smooth/flat shaded all view selecting object -> faces and then delete the face where your shadow appears. If there still is another face behind you deletion, you have solved the case (and you can just delete your unwanted faces to prevent those shadows), if not, press CTRL + Z to undo, and post again...
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maybe a screen shot of your persp view so we can see what it is. And also what your trying to achieve in the vector render ?
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sorry i have been out of town for awhile. The problem with the image is that the backround it way to bright and i have nothing but the default lighting. Pony i just want to see what it looks like rendered. if the picture dostn work sorry my screenshots havnt been working

Edit: incase you were wondering this is the model for the contest at alias
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ok tern off the defalt light for your render. creat a spot light or directional light off to the side some. Also tern down the envirment on the persp cam, you can find that in View>Camara attribute editer.

that might set you all up.
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thanks ponyi created some lights and i ould see everything


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