Above the clouds - about 15,000ft

Started by hlam, January 03, 2019, 10:02:21 pm

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Oshyan

Depending on how many cloud layers you have that doesn't sound too crazy at that resolution.

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The focal cloud layer seems a bit fuzzy; maybe the quality tab settings were knocked (I see Oshyan already noted this. Sorry trying to play catch up on topics active), but in general I washed pretty shocked by the amount of detail here. The shapes all work with each other and there is even a level of illusion with direction between layers.
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Quote from: hlam on January 06, 2019, 05:30:01 pm
13 hours was for a 6000 X 4000. dual Hexcore 3.06ghz each.  settings AA 4, micro detail at .6 Everything else on default i think.

Sounds a bit slow for a dual hexa... But your clouds can slow it down for sure. Depend on the quality of them...
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hlam

just a quick update.  I'm having lots of fun/frustration with trying to make those ultra red sunsets you sometimes see.  Would anyone know what mainly controls that lovely deep purple + red tones?  I've experimented with sun colour, but everything looks a bit fake.

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archonforest

February 11, 2019, 05:08:33 am #22 Last Edit: February 11, 2019, 05:15:03 am by archonforest
Under Atmo check the Min tab and the Tweaks tab. There you can modify the colors.
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hlam

Quote from: archonforest on February 11, 2019, 05:08:33 am
Under Atmo check the Min tab and the Tweaks tab. There you can modify the colors.


wow, thanks for that! i'll give it a shot. :)

Oshyan

Redsky Decay strength and/or color. But keep in mind these effects can be very strong with only small changes to the values, so take it slowly. :D I would switch to RTP mode in the 3D preview and make adjustments and see how it affects things in realtime.

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