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Falling Snow

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  • Does anyone have any tips for what to use as the actual snow itself?

    I don't have any trouble setting up the emitters, etc... with TP, but the trick is what is best to use as the object for the emitter to get a nice looking snow?

    Do I use planes with alpha maps? White spheres? Tiny cubes? It would be nice for the object to be low poly, but I think I will have time to render something a bit more extravagant.

    Anyone have any ideas and samples of anything they might have come across?

    Thanks for anything you find.

    Morph wink.gif

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    Guest Strømberg

    You could try pyrocluster.. i dont know if it maight take to long to render.

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  • So have each particle as a tiny cloud?

    Morph

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    Guest Strømberg

    Yepp.

    It works realy well smile.gif

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  • do you have an image or movie of what that looks like?

    Cheers

    Morph

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    Guest Strømberg

    I made one very quickly with standar emitter....

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  • Aye, I think that could look pretty sweet!

    I will have to try to get the render times down as I am sure with Pyrocluster my rendering will slow to a crawl.

    Thanks

    Morph

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    Guest soccerrprp

    If you have Storm Tracer, there is a great tut for falling snow.

    http://www.c4d-arena.de/tutorials/schnee

    Hope this helps.

    Richard

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  • That looks really good, tho I don't speak German.

    What's stormtracer?

    Morph

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