Author Topic: Newbie in Corona, problem with lamps  (Read 1537 times)

2017-09-22, 09:11:12

gitano_anton

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Hi to all!

Recently I´ve installed Corona for Cinema 4d and for my lack of knowledge I don´t know how to make a better lamps than these.

I want to get rid off the bright zone in the top of the glass piece of the lamp, and increase the bright in the light bulb.

What is the correct way, a light material for the bulb filaments, or put a light inside?

Thanks in advance.

2017-09-22, 09:47:12
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NicoB

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Hej gitano_anton,

right now, the only light source is the light material on the wire.
This light material is strong and you want to light the scene with it = described problem.

You have to seperat what you want to see and what is illuminating the scene.

1. Wires on lamp get light material which is much weaker and bright enough to get nice glares.
2. Seperate sphere (?) ligth source inside bulbs wich are excluded to light the lamp but only the scene.

Also I would recommend a rayswitch material in every case where strong lights are near to very reflective materials.

Hope it helps
best
Nico

2017-09-22, 16:54:03
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gitano_anton

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Thank you so much!