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Cpl_PlaNK    0
Cpl_PlaNK

I need help working out the lighting on this picture that i have done. People have said the lights don't match the surroundings which i think is true,

(PS. this is my first ever sfm)

 

http://cplgoodman.imgur.com/all/

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RoR    34
RoR

The light is too focused on the crotch/stomach area, try posing it further away so it shines on the whole model.

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Weedoof    979
Weedoof

He does look a little unnaturally bright compared to his surroundings, especially around his stomach like RoR said. Lowering the intensity and moving it a bit away should help.

 

Also, look up three point lighting. It'll help take care of shadows like the one his left hand is casting.

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Kevin the Chicken God    1398
Kevin the Chicken God

also, if you want to have brighter, focused light, it should be coming from a place that seems reasonable. It seems out of place that a light is shining up at him from, for what the viewer can tell, just a random spot on the floor

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Erik    423
Erik

For a first time SFM poster it looks quite decent actually. But try to focus the light more on the overall picture, not on the stomach (it appears so) only.

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Happysedits    646
Happysedits

I always make 5 lights from different angles and 1 big one.

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