Author Topic: Sky with Clouds  (Read 4286 times)

2020-12-01, 18:14:36

bombastic80

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Hello,

if you could add clouds ( with Animation?) to the sky, that would be great.

Similar to Cinema 4D physical Sky.

Possibly with further settings for atmosphere.

2020-12-02, 00:08:20
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Cinemike

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2020-12-02, 15:46:10
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aler

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+100
and the clouds have already been mentioned.

2020-12-03, 00:49:22
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BigAl3D

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Not about the clouds, but a neat little trick by Shawn Astrom. Shows you how to link C4D's Physical Sky model to control the position of Corona's Sun object. Now you can easily set the time of day, month, location, etc. Sadly, the clouds don't come along for the ride.


« Last Edit: 2020-12-15, 16:49:08 by BigAl3D »

2020-12-04, 13:46:49
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Beanzvision

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I think adding a C4D sun tag to the Corona sun is probably more than enough! No need for xpresso tags ;)

2020-12-04, 14:07:51
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Beanzvision

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You could always create a sphere, make it large, and add a cloud pattern in the opacity channel of a material. Apply that to the sphere and magically, a monolith will appear. ;)


2020-12-15, 17:04:14
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BigAl3D

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Well color me surprised. I never thought to try the Sun tag. I guess the only thing you don't get just using the Sun tag is the list of cities so you don't have to hunt down the long-lat of where your scene is.
« Last Edit: 2020-12-15, 17:11:51 by BigAl3D »