first attempt at strobing

iHazSnail

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Thanks to Eric(00Accord4cyl) for his help and pointers on how to do this. I know much is needed to be learned and practiced but let me know what you guys think. Any c&c is much appreciated.
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umm wow wasn't expecting this..i had my flame suit on and was well prepared lol

Thanks a lot guys :thumbsup:
 

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your car is clean but whats up with the front fender?There is no light reflection like on the rest of the car.
 

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The effect looks cool, but since I don't really know what strobing is, I can't say how well it was achieved. How does this technique work what is the goal?
 
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your car is clean but whats up with the front fender?There is no light reflection like on the rest of the car.

That's because of the fact that there is no direct light pointing in that general direction, it's more of a shadow type effect on portions of the car.
 
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