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Topic: Post Screening: Editing
Username: jelpee
Posted 2012-11-17 08:05:29 and read 624 times.

Had this one rejected with the following comment.

"different color in gaps between wheels/gear structs, flaps editing ...l"

Would appreciate if some one could clarify what this means. Never had one rejected for this based on my consistent workflow. Just want to be able to figure out how to correct or avoid it in the future.

http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/r...21116_o1352579190.5131d31_6251.jpg

Thanks!

Jehan

Topic: RE: Post Screening: Editing
Username: chuck9941
Posted 2012-11-17 09:18:18 and read 624 times.

I don't know what your editing workflow is like but it look like when you selected the aircraft you didn't do so as detailed as you should of. The comment the screener made is about he are between the gear and fuselage where it's very noticeable that there are two very different colors of the sky. These small areas is sky look almost gray while the rest of the sky is bright blue. Almost looks like you completely changed the sky color to make it blue but could otherwise just be those areas were changed to match the rest of the aircraft by not being detailed in selecting the aircraft outline.

Topic: RE: Post Screening: Editing
Username: jelpee
Posted 2012-11-17 09:34:35 and read 624 times.

Chuck,

Thanks for the feedback. I'm not seeing any difference in color on my monitor..is it by the main gear or by the nose gear? Any chance you (or anyone) can circle the area?

Thanks.

Jehan

Topic: RE: Post Screening: Editing
Username: jelpee
Posted 2012-11-17 09:36:09 and read 624 times.

Never mind...I see it. Indeed, I made a WB correction during editingand likely missed to select that small area.

Thanks!
Jehan

Topic: RE: Post Screening: Editing
Username: dlowwa
Posted 2012-11-18 19:31:37 and read 624 times.

Quoting jelpee (Reply 3):
Never mind...I see it. Indeed, I made a WB correction during editingand likely missed to select that small area.

Glad that you can see, and I'll just remind you to avoid making that kind of mistake (even if unintentional) in the future, as it is usually seen as bad manipulation of the sky and can result in an upload ban.


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