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I was bored :)

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Hendrick9Fan

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So, tonight after I finished my Chemistry homework, I was very bored. What did I do, I came up with these render scenes.

Keep in mind that this is a regular BR12 scene. I take no credit for the original scene. These I just rotated at a cool angle :)

I forgot to save the 2nd one :(




 

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Nice scene! Hopefully Chemistry isn't too bad, I got it starting next week XD
 

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looks nice at those angles, my only question is the field of view. The perspective looks strange. What is the field of view (FOV) set at?.
 

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Bottom right corner of 3ds max is a group of icons. below the magnifying glass is the fov icon.
Right click on it, then in the pop up window check the lower area for perspective user view.
normal setting should be 45
 

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Just a little somethin' I thought y'all would like to see :)

 

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Those look really amazing. I thought they were die-cast shots at first. Nice reflection work too.

As Rogue said before, work with the FOV angle a little. Remember... The model should appear large close to your camera and smaller the farther away from the camera.
 
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