Here is a couple of stills from my upcoming video for the course: Character Creation and Animation. This is rendered in both Cycles and Evee. Evee (which is faster by far) still leaves shadows jagged. I must be missing something in the settings but I can find it. The first frame is of him (Cycles Render [5 minutes to render]) and the second is of the two together (Evee Render [1 second]). Notice the shadow on the wall over her right shoulder and on her right shoulder from his head. The shadows are very jagged. I have the Shadows properties set to Cube Size = 4096 and Cascade Size = 4096 in the Render Properties Tab and I have shadows turned on in the Camera Settings. In Cycles I don’t have to worry about all those settings.
Hey Richard! Very nicely done my friend! Looks great For the shadows under the lamp settings you can play with the shadow settings there. Also under the Render properties under shadows make sure “soft shadows” is enabled
I noticed that if I set the “soft shadows” then I lose the shadows completely. I will play with the shadow settings for the lamp some more. I think I said I set shadows for the camera setting and I meant for the lamp settings.