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  1. Hello. I have a problem with appearing normals (shadows on the surface). I am sure that i am doing something wrong in the topology. Please one of the good modellers can tell me what i doing wrong and how solve that to make smooth normals? I've also attach two screenshots that showing the problem.
  2. So I'm in the Render room, and mysteriously it puts an excessive shadow on something that it shouldn't. I've tried re-importing the model and the associated textures. I have a separate 3D coat file with just the numbers, and it renders just fine! I also axed the frame that surrounds the number, just in case some invisible part of it was casting a shadow (Spoiler alert: it wasn't). So maybe you guys have encountered this before. While you guys deliberate, I'm going to try using the non-cuda version and checking my topology on everything again just in case there's some invisible polygon getting all rapey on my shadows. .
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