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Show Us Your HiveWire Big Dog And Puppy Renders.

carmen indorato

Extraordinary
Just suggestion not criticism:
To make it look more natural
Lower the strength of the main light (lighting figure from front) and warm and soften it a bit and keep the light from window as is but cool it a bit and strengthen shadows.
 

mininessie

Dances with Bees
Contributing Artist
Thank you both !
I usually don't do poser renders ...i am a Ds user for renders...light in poser is a pain for me ,never get what i want ...i did over 40 renders traying the light...then give up on it...and still not happy...
 
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