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Blender 2.55 Effects Compilation

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Blender 2.55 Effects Compilation #1

Dim lights

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Dim lights

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 December 2010 21:52  

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+1 #5 Guest 2011-02-24 06:17
thanks man Ill give that a try I just lowered all the indirect lighting values to very very low and it kinda worked but its very dim now so I tried to lighten it a bit with nodes Ill try your way after my curve/hook flower is rendered thanks for the help
have a look at my latest test render
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjgdwlwYkSo you can still kinda see the wierd light patterns
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+1 #4 Nion 2011-02-23 10:57
Quoting sean kobus:
Ive been working on my own particle effects similar to those of compilation #1 0:20-0:30
I have achieved almost the same effect but I get strange shadows using indirect lighting for high numbers of particles is there a way to turn indirect shadows off?


Do you use an inofficial release? As far as I know, shadows from indirect lighting aren't supported, yet.
Anyway... I've encountered some strange lighting patterns, too. You can try to lower the sampling error value for more accurate results. I also recommed to use a small attenuation falloff.
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+1 #3 Guest 2011-02-23 02:28
Ive been working on my own particle effects similar to those of compilation #1 0:20-0:30
I have achieved almost the same effect but I get strange shadows using indirect lighting for high numbers of particles is there a way to turn indirect shadows off?
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0 #2 Nion 2011-01-06 19:28
Quoting wglassbrook:
I've been doing some of my own experiments with the particle fluid effects and the smoke effects lately. I've gotten a pretty good handle on most of it but I can't figure out how you achieved the red ink drop effect. Could you give us some insight on how you where able to do this? A tutorial on this effect alone would be fantastic as I've searched the web over and this is the only example of ink drops in Blender that I've found. Keep up the excellent work! I look forward to more of your demonstrations.


I planned to talk about some of this effects in the next NBE episode. But I think quite some time will pass before I do that.

Edit: As mentioned here:
http://project-nion.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=120
Gottfried Hofmann will maybe make some tutorials.
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0 #1 Guest 2011-01-06 17:58
I've been doing some of my own experiments with the particle fluid effects and the smoke effects lately. I've gotten a pretty good handle on most of it but I can't figure out how you achieved the red ink drop effect. Could you give us some insight on how you where able to do this? A tutorial on this effect alone would be fantastic as I've searched the web over and this is the only example of ink drops in Blender that I've found. Keep up the excellent work! I look forward to more of your demonstrations.
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