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    Any updates?
    No not really, been working on other stuff, but I'll be back on it before too long. I'll give an update when I get a chance.
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    Quick and dirty update. I'm fixing a few problems this weekend and am going to render out an animation fer the army. There's quite a bit wrong with this rendering, but you're more than welcome to highlight all of them - you may point out something I didn't notice. Btw, I didn't do the surrounding environment at all, that was all through the use of Dosch Designs. They've saved me so much time over the past few years...
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    The light coming through the tires was bothering me too much, so I changed it to a two-sided material and I'm back for another quick couple more.

    I wish I could lighten up the shadows a bit. I'm not using anything but the mr daylight system, and have adjusted the camera settings as much as I can and have lowered the shadow density as much as possible. The only other thing I know to do with the ds is to raise the exposure, which blows out the highlights (it's really more overexposed than I'd like as is...).

    Also really digging the new environments I've got. I've used Dosch for cars and people and such, but these are awesome. They're really going to help speed up my workflow. My old (hand-made) environments were okay, but these are much better. I never get paid for putting more work into the surroundings, so this will be a welcome relief and a step up from my previous efforts.

    As always, comments welcome.
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