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Making Of 'Audi RSQ'

By Hamoche Yassine
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Date Added: 9th December 2009
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The material for the lights (head lamp) of the car I've used Vraylightmtl, and I've changed the ID for the material.

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Render

Here is a render of the scene.

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Combustion

I've saved the image as an .rpf, and keeping the info for the material ID and concerning with Combustion software, I've used it for the colour correction.

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