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23-05-2016, 04:17 PM   #1
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Missing files for the OutDoor Env Project
Hi Dave

Sorry to bother you again but I am having real difficulty following the Out Door Environments tutorials.

Iím on the second bush. The problem I have is that none of the files that you are using for the textures (raw or complete) are included. For instance, on the second bush you take a 4 x 4 yellow leaf texture and apply it to the bush, there is a 3 leaf texture included (I am assuming front) but there is no back. I have included screen shots of what I have

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23-05-2016, 09:00 PM   #2
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I'll dig out some of my textures for you when I get to the office tomorrow
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24-05-2016, 07:36 AM   #3
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thanks Dave
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24-05-2016, 03:06 PM   #4
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I'm uploading the yellow leaf images now. It was my intention to give out all the raw images i took with this tutorial but that actually topped out at over 300Gb which is a bit much.

http://wikisend.com/download/747328/leaf_yellow.rar

I really encourage you to try taking your own images especially for things like this (i'll of course share mine it's just gives you more freedom if you take your own) I did it a very simply way took a sheet of a4 put the leaf on it next to a sunny window. Take another sheet of a4 tape it together in a cylinder place this around the leaf then take an image from over the top. Poor Man's quick and simple softbox you get no shadows and no spec lights.

If you plan on doing a lot of environments it's really usefull to have a library of your own images.

If you spot any other textures you need let me know and i'll dig them out.

BTW This is up next Jay just finished it and you could not ask for a better instructor if you like this sort of thing
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many thanks Dave, 300GB wouldn't bother me hahaha i have a 250MB connection but i understand yours is slower. No worries, thanks for uploading. I can crack on with the tutorial now.

I will give it a go, tried with a grass leaf, took 4 images on my cannon, stitched them together in PS but it just dint cut it lol

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I did it a very simply way took a sheet of a4 put the leaf on it next to a sunny window. Take another sheet of a4 tape it together in a cylinder place this around the leaf then take an image from over the top. Poor Man's quick and simple softbox you get no shadows and no spec lights.
Nice photo tip.
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