I expect you've chanted "kuwabara kuwabara" after a lightning flash, or have seen somebody do so.
Smiling cheerfully, the two began to walk off into their brilliant future.
Then, when you're making CG, how should you use light sources?
Harry's really slow to catch on.
"I've heard about it, Koichi" "You don't need to say anything more, I know. It's the summer festival incident at the shrine, right?"
Light source, that is what direction the light is facing, also take care with shadowing. Just copy down into the sketch book you have at hand as accurately as possible.
When attaching a polarizing plate, set it first and then attach a protective plate (a clear acrylic plate).
Artificial light is produced by means of electricity.
The lighting was set up to have the intensity controlled by one knob so you could produce the brightness as you want.
He shuddered at the terrible scene.
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