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Completing my fanfiction composite - Creating a rain/storm Effect, adding a vehicle


SolidSnake2003

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6 hours ago, SolidSnake2003 said:

@v_kyr @AffinityJules @carl123 @iconoclast @firstdefence Here is a new preview of the composite. I have redone the rain, and added a cloud texture to the splatters to reduce their visibility.

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Hope you all like it.

Much better.

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46 minutes ago, firstdefence said:

Much better.

Yes, now the figures in front of the scene fit much better to each other. I would give the fireman on the left of the scene a darker shadow on his back (as I already said). That would look more realistic, I think, and it would lead the regard of the spectator to the core scene in the background.

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16 hours ago, iconoclast said:

Yes, now the figures in front of the scene fit much better to each other. I would give the fireman on the left of the scene a darker shadow on his back (as I already said). That would look more realistic, I think, and it would lead the regard of the spectator to the core scene in the background.

How about this?

 

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3 hours ago, SolidSnake2003 said:

@v_kyr @AffinityJules @carl123 @firstdefence @iconoclast Here is a new preview getting close to the final version, here is a preview with the final grading, and a 4:3 framing to match the old aspect ratio.

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Hope you like it.

The darker shadow looks better now, I think. But to be honest, there is a problem that becomes much more noticeable now. It is again the lighting angle. The two persons under the umbrella look OK for me, but the fireman gets the light more from the left side, while he should get it more from his front side. At least related to the people under the umbrella, that should normally get the light more from the left than he does.  Hope you understand what I mean. My english is not very good.

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1 hour ago, iconoclast said:

The darker shadow looks better now, I think. But to be honest, there is a problem that becomes much more noticeable now. It is again the lighting angle. The two persons under the umbrella look OK for me, but the fireman gets the light more from the left side, while he should get it more from his front side. At least related to the people under the umbrella, that should normally get the light more from the left than he does.  Hope you understand what I mean. My english is not very good.

Does moving him over help at all?

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