As something that I only figured out a little while back, I figured I should share this with you. It's been *priceless* in saving me hours because I did something stupid like have a hand through a leg, eyes pointing the wrong way, or any other little thing that I noticed after an overnight render completes. So, here's hoping it's as useful to you as it is to me!
What this tip is good for:
A good way to deal with a small pose, material, or object issue.
What this tip is is not:
A good way to deal with a lighting change, or anything across an entire image.
In general be careful when you're doing this. If you're changing a reflective or emissive surface, you may have other anomalies elsewhere in your render that you want to watch for (and, maybe spot render for ).
So let us begin!
The downside of being the newest girl in the studio, is you have to kinda do whatever we ask. So here we have Holly (say hi, everyone!), trying out a new skirt I just made in MD5. (shameless plug). More on th