Paint­ing rim lights prop­erly

ImagineFX - - In Depth Set Design -

One of the big­gest mis­takes I see when paint­ing rim light is when it presents as a flat line along a shape. Think of rim lights as a light source that falls on top of the ob­ject and wraps around the form. Rim light­ing will also be more be­liev­able if it looks like it’s af­fected by tex­ture and how the ob­ject re­flects light. For ex­am­ple, use softer rim lights for ob­jects such as wool or hair, and harder ones for metal.

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