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PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 10:55 pm 
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Needing some help with some rendering please. Well, to be more exact it's certain types of renders.

I am wanting to have a render where you can see the same car at different angles within the same scene but am not sure how to go about doing this or where you may get such a scene from.

I have one for trucks but that was pre made.

edit 22:46. Have managed to get this to work on a scanline render but have been unable to achive this on a rio render. Any thoughts as i have seen it done before.

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Someone is bound to know what to do here

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Erm, select the truck/wheels and anything else that's connecting to the truck. Right click and choose copy.

Or, it's been a while since I used it.

Select what you want and hold down either the shift key, or the ctrl key. And move the mouse. It'll bring out another copy of the truck/car for you to rotate however you wish, keeping the same scheme.


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Ah right. Shall give that a try. Cheers

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Worked a treat. Cheers fort he help there Sawyer

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