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a couple questions

Mon, 16 Sep 2013 20:52:06

valeron034

I am new to using SFM and tried using Vitezislav's image making guide. (Thanks to Vitezislav for this) How can I make the model have smoother lines? I think the term is 'anti aliasing'. I also remember you can lessen the grainy shadows by using a camera and messing with the settings. Is there a way to have what the work camera is looking at have less of the grainy shadows? What settings would I have to mess with to make images have a softer perspective view? And how do I get the images I upload to automatically re-size like most of the awesome pics I've seen here? EDIT: never mind the re-size.
Mon, 16 Sep 2013 21:13:48

HuggyBear

Hi and welcome to the community. To improve render quality, right-click anywhere in the viewport and select Render Settings. Increase the number of samples to soften edges and reduce the graininess of shadows. Beware that more samples means longer render times. To get rid of the fish-eye lense effect, pull the camera back with WASD and zoom in on the subject with the mouse wheel.