The Nadesico leaving the Moon

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The Nadesico leaving the Moon

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New render of a previous model I made, the Nadesico ND-001.
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Re: The Nadesico leaving the Moon

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Very cool, I see you used the Raylectron's moon and stars. What did you select as the illumination?
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Re: The Nadesico leaving the Moon

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Thanks!

I used the moon for illumination, but... I had a large reflector "card" placed off-center and at an angle behind the camera to bounce light onto the model at an angle. No emitter, just bouncing the light.
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ah, very clever
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Thanks.
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Very impressive. I do like the design immensely. The scene really captures the imagination.
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GateGirl86 wrote: Sun Oct 09, 2022 10:19 pm Very impressive. I do like the design immensely. The scene really captures the imagination.
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