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Old 28-01-2009, 12:51 PM   #1
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Old 28-01-2009, 01:55 PM   #3
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stick a backdrop into the image, due to the black background its hard to make out the car without my eyeballs bleeding

You seem to have had a good start, but the roof seems a little humped for me and needs to be a little flatter... It could just be the angles though
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render agian, sorry black backgtound again:blush:
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Or just go to your camera attribute editor and scroll down till you see environment, then change the color to something that will allow the car to stand out better.
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hi thanks for the advise, but i already know how to change the environment colour, it's just that i fogot to do so when redering the pics:blush:
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my eyes didn't bleed like r@nsid's until i put the internet window on a monitor that isn't as unsaturated as my laptop

looks like a good start
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nice start. looks like the top front edge of the window frame is a bit sharp. and yeah - change the background. and the color of the car - ugh - blue.
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