Banded, wispy, disorted clouds clip file

Started by FrankB, June 21, 2007, 07:01:40 am

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FrankB

Hi,

here's the setup for the image I posted in this thread: http://forums.planetside.co.uk/index.php?topic=1619.0

I have slightly changed the seeds in the fractal, so the clouds will look different, but it's still the original setup. You'll get the idea. Make sure you post your attempts, so we can see what other nice skies you'll be able to make from that concept.

Regards,
Frank

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bigben

Thanks Frank.

Interesting indeed. I'll have to try some of the scaling settings in my existing clouds first to get a base for comparison but it looks really useful after just a quick play.

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sashley

So not to ask a stupid question, but how do I go about using a .tgc?


FrankB

Quote from: sashley on June 28, 2007, 02:08:49 pm
So not to ask a stupid question, but how do I go about using a .tgc?




That's not stupid question at all. Open the File menu, and choose "insert clip file". Navigate to the file location on your hard drive and select it. Done.

Regards,
Frank


Volker Harun


Volker Harun

Just a little update, as I ran into an issue that might have been discussed while my absence.

When looking at the attached picture you might notice some interrupted lighting in the sky. One on the left hand side and two starting on the right hand side. These were the triangulared render parts of TG2TP. Enviro and GI were turned off. I have seen that befor but thought that it was due to multiple suns I used ... but this render had only one sun.
The same thing happened without that tree, too.

Regards,
Volker Harun

FrankB

That's a known bug and will go away with one of the next releases.

Nice image, by the way :-)

Regards,
Frank

Volker Harun

Blame the creator of that clouds-clip for niceness ,-)