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Old 12-23-2014, 11:07 AM   #2
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Not bad; but I think you chose the wrong background in this instance. It would've been a better choice to put the truck on the top of the hill, for this perspective. Also, be careful when you're doing shadows, account for the light source and the shape of your vehicle. In this case, the rear tires & the wheel-well over them should have a shadow, instead of just the bit below the tire. Also take into consideration that shadows are darker where the vehicle is closer to the ground; that means the tires usually blend into the shadows, and the shadows are most refined at those points, too.

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