Lighting windows


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Lighting windows

Now it's time to light up some windows inside the chalet as dusk falls on the scene. First, turn off the BlueMultiply layer and zoom in on the chalet so you can select the windows. Let's first work with the Magic Wand tool and see if we can select the window- panes without getting the window supports. I'm holding down the Shift key each time I make a selection so that I add to the selection rather than starting a new one. I'm going to need to do some cleanup on these windows, but this is giving me a good start.

With the Lasso tool still selected, I'm going to set the Feather down to 1 so I get a little bit of a soft edge and go in and clean up all of these borders. I'm using the Freehand Lasso tool right now, but I'm going to want to switch to the Rectangular Marquee tool to clean up the horizontal and vertical edges of the windows. And again, I want to make sure that the Feather is set to 1 pixel and then go through and clean up all of these window edges and ...

Lighting windows
Video duration: 3m 28s 1h 48m Intermediate

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Lighting windows provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by David Mattingly as part of the Digital Matte Painting: Changing a Scene From Summer to Winter

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