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TheJeweledWolf last won the day on March 27 2019

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About TheJeweledWolf

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  1. Not bad! If you use glow (and make sure the box “only render glow” (I think) is checked) it’ll soften the edges. Then you can play with camera effects to change things up a little.
  2. His pose doesn’t look very realistic, or balanced at all. If someone were to actually stand like that, they’d fall. I also don’t know why, but his left arm (our right) looks... wrong. I’m not sure what’s throwing me off there. The lighting is okay, but still fairly bland. So is the background. In light of your last wallpaper, I’d say he should be walking across a wire (or clothesline) in a city or something. It may make the wallpaper less... boring. You’re getting better though, keep going!
  3. Fog by itself won’t create a light ray in Mine-imator (at least, not that I remember. I haven’t been able to use it recently). There are tutorials you can find on YouTube that’ll teach you how to do it which will probably explain it better than I could. The general idea is to use a surface or cube with a plain white gradient texture. If you position it where you want the light ray to be, then go into settings and make it glow only, it’ll become your light ray. You can edit colors, glow size, effects, etc to give it the look you want. Again, I’m not the best at explaining these types of things so I definitely recommend you find a tutorial on YouTube.
  4. Thanks! I don’t think it was a compliment...
  5. It looks like you used default night setting for lighting (which is never good for renders) and put a single spotlight focused on the window. It's pretty bland for lighting and how dim it is makes it almost impossible to see the character (and main focus) of the wallpaper. So yeah, lighting could use work. From what I can see it's not bad other than what I pointed out.
  6. Not bad for a beginner. The main things that need improvement are lighting and posing. Flatlands can be covered with downloaded schematics so it's not a big deal
  7. It looks a bit stiff, and the bloom is a bit too intense (it kind hurts my eyes). Adding a bit more movement, even just breathing, would go a long way.
  8. When you make a status update asking what's been going on with the forums...

     

    ...then promptly forget and feel bad for the people that responded because you didn't come back to check

    1. Mineshaft Animation

      Mineshaft Animation

      It be that way most days.

  9. The axe went through the block INSTANT DOWNVOTE! I'm kidding I swear. Gj
  10. You could also bring in fog a bit to hide the edge, it's what I typically do on a slow PC. Or you could import trees to make it look like there's a thick Forest at the edge so it's not as visible. Altogether I completely agree with redwoods.
  11. I remember you being active 24/7 making renders non-stop. Hope you’re doing well right now and by the time you read this.

    1. TheJeweledWolf

      TheJeweledWolf

      I'm doing well, thanks! I haven't been making renders (or in general being very active here) because my laptop isn't working that well. It's made it really hard to do much of anything. As soon as I either find a fix for that, or get a new laptop, I plan to make more renders. 

      Have a great day, and thanks for the kind comment!

  12. What have I missed on the forums lately? It seems like there's been a large fight or something

    1. 9redwoods
    2. jakubg1

      jakubg1

      Also i left the rendering side of MI, so I stopped making wallpapers entirely.

  13. Me: *Logs in for the first time in like two months*

    The forums: 324 notifications

    Me:

    Image result for ight imma head out meme

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