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Old 01-10-2003, 03:26 PM   #1
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Good enough for me. My only critique is on the shadows; Maybe the could be a tad lighter and softer. Otherwise well done.
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Old 02-10-2003, 12:07 AM   #3
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Originally posted by kbrown
Good enough for me. My only critique is on the shadows; Maybe the could be a tad lighter and softer. Otherwise well done.

I tweaked a bit the contrast and vbrightness and the image is already updated (it is linked to my Maya page)

The shadows are brighter and I think now it is more balanced.

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Cool. Have to check it later since my monitor here at work is cr@p...
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It seems good enough to me ill let a few more people comment first then we shall get it in there for you.

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Whats going on in the bottom left corner? It looks like the platform has turned blue and there are weeds growing in it, yes the yellow line carries on. Im guessing its the photo background showing through.
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Originally posted by [icarus_uk]
Whats going on.... Im guessing its the photo background showing through.

U R Right, I will have to grop the image.

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Only thing I have to say other than what has been pointed out is that your back ground image seems too bright for how your foreground 3d scene is lit.
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I love what you ended up with man, looks great!
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Old 07-10-2003, 07:22 AM   #10
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Originally posted by 3dgurl
Only thing I have to say other than what has been pointed out is that your back ground image seems too bright for how your foreground 3d scene is lit.
I tried a darker BG but liked this one better



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I love what you ended up with man, looks great!

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Originally posted by nirsul
I tried a darker BG but liked this one better
doesnt take a genious to change the lighting of the image to make it darker...
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Originally posted by [icarus_uk]
Eh?
You read my mind...


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lol, well it's simple. get the background image, load it in photoshop and change the colour levels to make it look a little darker.
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