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  1. Ok I figured it out. I just cropped the images in a nicer way, then rotated the top view, then resized the image. Thanks for the tips!
  2. I think I just realized part of the problem. Do the images have to be the same size before you import them? Do they have to be very similiar? I realized i cropped the individual photos in a very different way
  3. Hello, I'm a noob at cinema 4d. I learned all the basics of modeling and I'd like to put it into practice but for some reason I can't seem to figure out how to properly align the reference images. When I model in one view it comes out in a completely different spot in the other view. I tried putting a box and making it the same in all views but it didn't seem to work. I pressed shift + V and then tried editing the offset and size but I can't seem to get it right. What should I do to make it right?
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