Things I learned today
- This is going to be really obvious, but... If you put a light in the scene in a spot where it's visible to the camera, the light will show up in the final render. Panel 3 has a rectangle of light pointing at the camera. On an outtake of panel 4, I had the camera behind the light so there's a dark rectangle.
In my defense, it's hard to get the lights up high and not on the other side of the ceiling. That's my excuse and I'm sticking with it.
- Mostly I learned how much I suck at trying to light a scene correctly. This is nothing new. Every once in a while I get it close to right and then I move the camera around and the angles are all wrong again.
Oh, hey, there's a big black rectangle near his head because I stuck a light in the middle of the shot. Oops.