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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Marvel Comics :  Ghost Rider

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Ghost Rider
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Submitterrobert2654More Photos from robert2654   Last Update2014/11/16 16:49
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Test Render of Ghost Rider. Let me know what y'all think. not an easy character to get right.

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Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2014/11/17 14:11  Updated: 2014/11/17 14:11
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
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 Re: Ghost Rider
If that does not work, then upping the ambiance of the fire, while adding a distant light set low could help as well.
pijon
Posted: 2014/11/17 13:17  Updated: 2014/11/17 13:17
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 Re: Ghost Rider
Yeah, if one point light's not bright enough, try putting two in the same place.
robert2654
Posted: 2014/11/17 11:25  Updated: 2014/11/17 11:25
mutant
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 Re: Ghost Rider
I tried using point lights, but that's the problem I'm having. They don't get bright enough for the lighting I was looking for. Any ideas on a better light source?
pijon
Posted: 2014/11/17 10:17  Updated: 2014/11/17 10:17
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 Re: Ghost Rider
Good job using minimal lighting to your advantage. The position of the feet though, standing straight with feet splayed in opposing directions reminds me of how Charlie Chaplin used to stand.
Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2014/11/17 3:45  Updated: 2014/11/17 3:45
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
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 Re: Ghost Rider
Love the way the lighting works with the flame on the tires and I love the fact it is Ghost Rider. I have to wonder though, with this much heat, if there would not be more illumination in the area. I am also guessing that the fire on the wheels would not generate a 3triple spot light like effect on the ground.