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Old 05-01-2003, 10:29 AM   #16
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has anyone else had the experience where something (eg a landscape) looks really badly modled or poorly composited in real life? It has happened to me a few times now!!
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it happens to me when i look at textures , everything that has a texture or a look i just think about how i can duplicate it
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yeah..... but i can deal with textures a bit better now... especially bump mapping..... my favourite :p
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Originally posted by -<{ JB }>-
has anyone else had the experience where something (eg a landscape) looks really badly modled or poorly composited in real life? It has happened to me a few times now!!
This happens to me all the time, especially when I've been doing extensive compositing and color correcting. "Man, the sky looks really fake. And the color on those trees could be better..." :p
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Has anyone tried to open the window just to realize it is the monitor you're trying to open

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what's reality?
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