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    Need Help!!! Perspective In Crisis!

    im trying to make a heard of rhinos here but something looks very off!
    any help is appreciated
    ps.colorof the rhinos will be changed

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    Well, first off, if that rhino is suposed to be full grown, it is too small in my oppinion. This is a massive creature we're talking about. I think the calmness of the people would be excentuated to see a massive rhino charging through the crowd.

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    oh yeah I forgot to add, this is based off of the play "rhinoceros" by Ionesco
    so yeah, the crowd is supposed to be completely unphased by the rhino

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    I can't see any flagrant perspective error except on the verticality
    of some building parts. I think it is the lack of shadows on the ground
    plus the different rendering and lighting of the rhino that makes it look off.
    Try pushing the integration a bit further.

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