Author Topic: Improved Sun & Sky model playground!  (Read 19327 times)

2020-04-30, 04:36:20
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cecofuli

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What about adding a sky and Cloud model to this? SO its not just a perfect clear sky?

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2020-04-30, 09:28:44
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What about adding a sky and Cloud model to this? SO its not just a perfect clear sky?

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Opening Keynote | Total Chaos 2019

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Thx... I had to watch the whole stuff again 😆
Great reminder, I forgot that part.

2020-04-30, 12:52:08
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2020-04-30, 14:31:38
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What about adding a sky and Cloud model to this? SO its not just a perfect clear sky?

No disclaimer other than it does not support clouds. We are still running the separate research project on that one.

2020-04-30, 14:38:08
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Some more playing around with the sun and sky (and also CoronaVolumeMtl for fog). The water is PhoenixFD in "pure ocean" mode.

2020-04-30, 16:15:01
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Updating the thread too, with some WIPS for showcasing, zero post-production as always.




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2020-04-30, 16:18:46
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Could you please stop showing off your vacation photos and get back to work? :]
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2020-04-30, 16:37:08
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Hi GeorgeK, great work!

Would you be willing to share the scene to run some tests?

2020-04-30, 16:47:09
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Could you please stop showing off your vacation photos and get back to work? :]

Flattered :), but summer is coming gotta built morale!

Hi GeorgeK, great work!

Would you be willing to share the scene to run some tests?

I will have to get back on you with that (it's not just up to me). Frankly, it's just a water material with oceanFD and the new skymodel, nothing really complex.
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2020-04-30, 16:49:24
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Could you please stop showing off your vacation photos and get back to work? :]

Flattered :)

Hi GeorgeK, great work!

Would you be willing to share the scene to run some tests?

I will have to get back on you with that (it's not just up to me). Frankly, it's just a water material with oceanFD and the new skymodel, nothing really complex.

Thank you!

2020-04-30, 18:44:03
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I just love all the examples - great work!

2020-04-30, 19:04:47
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but its possible to make clear blue sky?

2020-04-30, 20:02:37
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Didn't have time to play with it too much (maybe more tomorrow) - but super impressed with it so far!


2020-04-30, 20:12:31
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Great results, impressive sky model! But does "density" parameter will be added to the Sun light model? I mean, will we have option to add softness to the sun light as shown on image?

2020-04-30, 20:57:51
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Hi guys, i made this test and try to add some cluds, i think im doing something wrong, the new sun its great