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good or bad idea? is 3d lighting/perspective accurate?
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No.
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no
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>>609093
Yes? What?
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>>609093
3D lighting is accurate and referencable.
3d perspective mimics a photo camera and technically works like sphetical perspective in art, not exactly like typical linear tri-point perspective you would want.
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>>609093
Good idea.
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>>609093
good idea
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>>609093
anon just buy yourself scott robertsons books, no need to learn a new proman just to try and make light look real, you're wastin time
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>>609093
Not entirely. While 3D lighting is very realistic, it will always take some short cuts versus real-life lighting. If you want to learn 3D, that's fine. But I'd say do it out of interest for 3D itself, not just for those specific purposes. That isn't to say, of course, that things you learn in 3D can't be applied elsewhere.




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