I had a hard time with the lighting in this one, for some reason, and I'm still not happy with it. I wanted it dark and mysterious, but unfortunately it made my character too dark. Oh, well, I wanted to put something up for Sunday. Don't judge me too harshly!
Thank you so much for the comments past and present!!! I really look forward to them!
Hair and hat at Daz.
Production CreditsP3Design - P3D Lilly
RPublishing - Hypnotic Lingerie
hhfspinball - Spiral Stairs1
Jan 14, 2013 12:06:26 pmby Savage_dragon Homepage »
You can add a light from bellow with the double check mark without deleting your other lights. A spotlight, perhaps would allow you to turn down the other bright ones a bit. Higher shadow samples will soften the shadow effect some.
Hope it helps, sweetie. Its a really pretty image regardless. ")
Jan 14, 2013 5:38:41 pmby mikeerson Homepage »
I don't know if you do this, but I do this all the time to cut down on my render time, I make the background, or render a back ground and adjust the lighting on it the way I want and the I import that background back into poser as a background, I bring in my figure and other props, set the lights to match the background and render it - when you do it that way, it doesn't pick up the hard edge on the figure... sometimes I take a rendered poser image as a tiff and place it on a background, you can tell sometimes when I do this because of the hard edge. I like the image you did but like you said your figure is a tad darker than the background - when you do overlays, you can adjust both images to find that happy meeting place.