great outfit and lights dawnxx
I like this package a lot glad I took a risk, if you can call it a risk at this price.Glad you like it and it works for you,
Yes, the dot is more like an oval, this is the overview of one of the maps, so you can see where it is placed. Spinning the dome so that the oval is behind the camera will give you the best gradient, but with it behind the model will also give you a third colour (white) Personally, I'd stick with it behind the camera.
Also, glad to hear you can rotate the other axis, not sure which one would make it bow to the camera (so to speak) but this one will bring that centre line up or down and so you will get more of one colour than the other.
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Are you rotating or trans?Yep, that is what I am seeing when I can see the dome. If I render with no lights I can't see the dome in preview so I add a light to see and place the dome and then just switch it off before I render. The Y axis dial brings the dome central while the while the Z will tilt the spot towards the camera but it may need some Y trans to get it just right.
For the tests I have run so far I used rotation. I did not think to use offset so I will give that a try, also nice to have more than one tool to use.
What is he wearing? I've been looking for something like that for Dusk.
Hey Tana, according to Lyne's notes on the full size render on her site, she used "David3's Country Courtier outfit" which was originally at RDNA but now at DAZ, and then she used Cross Dresser to get it to fit Dusk.What is he wearing? I've been looking for something like that for Dusk.
CHECK MY GALLERY IMAGE HERE AGAIN...ADDED THE DUSK CREDIT SECTION (cause it needed a correction and addition of credits too, so added that paragraph here...)What is he wearing? I've been looking for something like that for Dusk.