Blender3D [Tutorial]

Please watch Intro: FLying Camera Rig before this

Instead of nodes, Blender allows you to spot light portions of an image. Using the flying camera rig, I show you how to light up portions of the projection screen to get really dramatic lighting. Turn a daytime shot into nightime, and light up the scene as if it was lit by the moon and streetlights. Make your model have green eyes, or turn them into Dracula. Whiten teeth, give em a sunburn, whatever. Add lights together, angle them to give different footprints, to build up a composite image in your virtual darkroom.

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Blender3D [Tutorial]


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