So I’m after some advice. Heres a render of my Lancer model from finished projects (the model is finished which is why it’s there). Anywho, today I decided to stick it into a scene with a background. But I’ve got a problem.
I’m having trouble aligning the scene with the backplate. I tried using Blam, but theres not much to go off in terms of straight lines. I got close, but I still had to fiddle manually by rotating and translating the camera. So can anyone point me to a workflow, for aligning cg to a static back plate (rotation/scale etc), or is it just trial and error? Of course I can’t track it as it’s a still image. At the moment it still doesn’t look quite right to me.
The shadows come simply from AO, as theres no lights in the scene except the environment HDR. Therefore no shadow pass. I’m fine with that for now as I want to get a prettier HDR location for the final image anyway. (Now that I built a panoramic head for my tripod) Plus theres not a great deal of shadowing in the BG plate.
Any adivce would be greatly appreciated.