Want to impress the viewers with volume lights? Watch this tutorial to discover how to create godrays, light shafts, thick fog and other stuff related to volumetric lighting.
8 minutes 34 seconds and you’ll know the tools, I guarantee.
You will know everything you need to add a cool volumetric something to your portfolio.
Warning: The Volume Scatter is very GPU-intensive. Beware.
What You Will Learn
• How to create the light shafts effect
• How Volume Shaders react to different types of light
• Why the Variable Density rocks
• Easy way to create the light pattern
• What is Anisotropy
• How to kill the noise in Cycles Volume Scatter
• Why the Branched Path Tracing is so useful
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