Started by cyphyr, October 18, 2010, 07:27:50 am
Quote from: dandelO on October 18, 2010, 03:50:47 pmVery cool, Richard. You must have had to place all those ceiling structures with the lights inside them manually, eh?
Quoteps: Oh the light placement. I made a model of the Generator unit (in its final position, y=-137 km ish) and another model of where the light would be. The generator was imported and copied and pasted with a rotation of 0.3deg in the z? axis (the last one). This gave a curve of generator units. The same was done with the light model so I had a small bounding box where each light was going to be. I then simply moved individual lights sources too cover the modelled lights and then deleted the light models. Simples
Quote from: dandelO on October 18, 2010, 04:35:51 pmYou could always add an extra small sphere primitive to the model and give that 'part' extreme luminosity values to create the light sources, saves on the trouble of matching up 19 independent TG light sources, and will work just as well with the GI to provide the lighting. Although, I kind of like the graininess from the TG lights here, they look really electric.