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30-05-2017, 01:56 AM   #2
David
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It's a lighting issue i believe. See the shots below, as you can see it's the same thing you're getting. It's not an error adjust your lighting to get the look your going for in the orthographic view.

How much highlight you get on hair will depend on the light angle, this angle will change as you move the camera http://www.3drender.com/glossary/fresneleffect.htm

Adjust your light source/s see images below. First 2 are with the light in the same place as you can see i've replicated the issue your having. Last image is after i changed the direction of the light source

Hope it helps
David
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