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Why is my Gradient Psychedelic ?

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This is weird to me. My peacock's body texture is a gradient. It looks fine when I animate him, but I then copied him and pasted him into a new C4d project with some test footage that is motion tracked, and suddenly his tummy is a psychedelic light show. I may be imagine things, but it looks like it is worse when he is walking towards the camera then parallel to it, but either way, what is going on? I tried a stick texture tag, and that didn't seem to work. I then hit LOCK UVW in the UVW tag, and that too did nothing. It is not a keyframed texture or anything.


Any ideas?


(forgive his animation, it's a test and I'm new to this.)



-  Mike


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