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Old 13-10-2010, 10:46 AM   #46
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bahahahah looks good mate

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I have rigged the cop and positioned him in the scene.
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Old 13-10-2010, 01:11 PM   #48
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Before I add the dog and render, I need to sort out the face, and also add blood splatter to the road and path textures now I know where to position the dead guy.
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Blood running into the drain I would hope...mwwaahahahaha
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Old 13-10-2010, 02:17 PM   #52
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whats your lighting going to be like fg or basic 3 point
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All I have thought about for the lighting so far is just to have a yellow/orange spotlight lookin down to create the light from the street lampost. Will probably test and trial it and see how it comes out and add a area light if need be. I kinda want the scene to be dark and scary but not too dark that you cant see the work
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i hope you finish! this is still so awesome
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Thanks for the kind words Chirone.

I hope to finish, I should do. I've touched up the textures and now started getting the characters into position, I'll be setting up lighting and doing some render tests later on tonight, then tomorrow will just be touch ups really. I'm quite pleased how its turnin out at the moment, but it all depends on the final render really.

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Here is my early render test with characters in position....
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Here is a close up on the cop with better lighting..
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And here is my second Final Render..

Thanks for the input guys and keepin an eye on my work.
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bahahahahahaha that is so cool mate.....real RE lookin man...you have the lighting down well to...I love the mood it gives. Well done mate

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