Vue Cloud Sculpting Tutorial for Vue 9.

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Controlling Clouds with an Image Text Tutorial
Here is the image I’m going to use to control the Cloud Layer…

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Now open the Atmosphere Editor. Linking the Image to the Cloud Layer’s Position Now we’ve got our basic image in the clouds lets link it to the cloud layer’s positi so we can drag it around with the cloud position controls. Click Ok on the various dialogues until you’re back to the main Vue screen. Set the Texture Map node to be a Projected Texture Fiddling with the image While the basic image we started with was a simple black and white picture you 2 de 3 18/10/2011 12:07 . Render the picture and you should see your picture appear in the clouds. Start with Vue’s Default Spectral Atmosphere. A new Constant Node should appear in the display. Now open the Cloud Material by double clicking on it.. Set Scaling to make the cloud big enough to see. Replace the Constant node connected to Density Modulation with a Texture Map node. You may need to invert it as well if you’ve not done that during preparation. Click Ok on the various dialogues until you’re back to the main Vue screen. In the new panel at the bottom of the editor click Drive with Function next to Density Modulation. Leaving the connection attached to the Projected Texture Map drag it away from the constant and attach it to the output of the Vector 3 Seed attached to the Origin Output. edit the Cloud Layer’s Material go to the Density Modulation (the little arrow to the right of density modulation). I find X 100 and Y 100 is usually enough to get started but you may need another size.. Set Interpolation to Bicubic. Load your Picture into the Projected Texture Map’s Image. You can now drag and drop the cloud layer and the image moves with the cloud layer. Set Tiling Mode X and Tiling Mode Y to Once. Now click extract parameter next to Origin.impworks.5 Infinite and xStream | impworks http://www. If you’re camera is facing “north” in the scene you’ll probably want to rotate the image Now point the Camera at the sky at around where x and y are 0.Vue Cloud Sculpting Tutorial for Vue 9. You’ll probably find you want to make the cloud layer thinner or higher and change the scale on the image to get the best looking cloud. Add a Spectral Cloud Layer – the Spectral 2 layers Thick Cumulus Layer and Dense Cumulus Layer are good choices. First go back into the Atmosphere Editor.

uk/vue/vue-tutorials/vue-cloud-sculpting-tutor. Free Vue Resources Vue Cloud Sculpting Tutorial for Vue 9.5 Resources (319k Zip Archive) 3 de 3 18/10/2011 12:07 .Vue Cloud Sculpting Tutorial for Vue can use different shades of grey to get different effects.5 Infinite and xStream | impworks http://www. A simple one is to apply strong Gaussian blur to the picture to give softer.impworks. less defined edges to the cloud...

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