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Map Renders;

Discussion in 'Graphics' started by olsyboy, Oct 18, 2015.

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  1. olsyboy

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    Looks nice but a bit too dark
     
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    Also maybe do some image compression because that took like a minute to load xD
     
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    Yeh, I agree but I didnt want a low quality image lol
     
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    Looks good! I can only see two things wrong, the lighting is a little dark, and the water fall on the right is a little glitchy looking.
     
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    shaderpack? if you make image renders using shaders u always have to use collor curvers to boost collors
    [​IMG]
    and also u might wane try this program out:
    (Its called Chunky)
    good luck with making renders o/