This is the first of the reference guides to the Clouds of Vue 7. This edition deals with the Cumulus clouds in the standard model, although they are not all designed for this model and do not necessarily look so good, I aim to demonstrate that these clouds can be used in different ways. This is aimed as a quick overview of what the clouds look like to reduce time spent rendering.
This section will only focus on the Cumulus Clouds in order to keep the length of the page down.
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This part of the guide refers to the clouds tab of the Atmosphere editor. It is also related to three other pages of reference material which show what each of the cloud types looks like when rendered in each of the three models they are available in.
See the Guides page for these reference guides
You will notice that the cloud tab with the spectral mode has a few more options than the standard and volumetric models, as such the spectral model will be covered later in the guide in part 7.
The cloud animation area will be largely ignored for this guide.
Continue reading “Rough Guide to the Atmopshere Editor – Part 6 – Clouds Tab”
Part 5 of the guide relates to the sky tab in the atmosphere editor. All the renders on this page are at 800×600 and are rendered at Broadcast Quality.
The sky tab is a page that is only available in the Standard Model of Atmospheres. The default atmosphere is used and set to the Standard model, the result is as follows:
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