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 Subject: Foggy Techique?

Huolong opened this issue on Dec 12, 2005 · 10 posts

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  Huolong    ( ) ( posted at 4:06PM Mon, 12 December 2005 · edited on 7:49AM Tue, 13 December 2005

Since Blade Runner, foggy/smokey/misty interiors & exteriors are all the rage for SF/Fantasy/Mystery genres. How does one do that in Poser (6) beside using Nerd's Fog Deluze?

Gordon

  thefixer    ( ) ( posted at 4:09PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502539

Material room, "create atmosphere" Wacro. More to it than that but that'll start you off! thefixer, poser coord.

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  Acadia    ( ) ( posted at 4:58PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502604

Attached Link: http://freestuff.cloudlandcastle.com/props1.html

Cloudlandcasatle has a fog prop.

"It is good to see ourselves as others see us. Try as we may, we are never
able to know ourselves fully as we are, especially the evil side of us.
This we can do only if we are not angry with our critics but will take in good
heart whatever they might have to say." - Ghandi



  randym77    ( ) ( posted at 5:15PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502617

First, buy Vue... ;-)

If you've been to Nerd's site...did you check out his volumetric atmosphere tutorial? He wrote it for Poser 5, but should work for P6, too.


  Acadia    ( ) ( posted at 5:54PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502669

Do you have a link to Nerd's site?

"It is good to see ourselves as others see us. Try as we may, we are never
able to know ourselves fully as we are, especially the evil side of us.
This we can do only if we are not angry with our critics but will take in good
heart whatever they might have to say." - Ghandi



  randym77    ( ) ( posted at 6:01PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502674

Attached Link: http://www.nerd3d.com/

You have to register to download the freebies. Not sure about the tutorials.


  Acadia    ( ) ( posted at 6:22PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502703

He's got some excellent tutorials there. Thanks for the link. I particularly liked his "glow" technique. I do something similar, but his results are better than what I seem to get. So I'm going to try it his way next time.

"It is good to see ourselves as others see us. Try as we may, we are never
able to know ourselves fully as we are, especially the evil side of us.
This we can do only if we are not angry with our critics but will take in good
heart whatever they might have to say." - Ghandi



  Huolong    ( ) ( posted at 6:33PM Mon, 12 December 2005  · @2502719

I have Nerd's fog tool and use it frequently. It isn't the smoky misty general feel I want in a number of shots. Thanks to theFixer, the problem is fixed. I have been fussing with the the Create Atmosphere tool in the materials room with a great deal of glee. It is exactly what I was looking for.

Gordon

  aeilkema    ( ) ( posted at 7:23AM Tue, 13 December 2005  · @2503255

Attached Link: http://www.contentparadise.com/us/user/product.php?productid=11822&cat=1325&page=1#

There's another simple solution for fog and such and it's called WeirdWeather. It has all the stuff needed... gentle haze to add ambience to a scene, boiling smoke, eerie alien mists or fiery fogs, lightning crackling inside the clouds, or a rain of blood, it can be achieved easily. Fog, clouds, mist, haze, rain, lightning and rainbows. Adjustable strength. Works great, I've used many times and I jist love it. You can get it at the marketplace here or at CP, just follow the link.

Artwork and 3DToons items, create the perfect place for you toon and other figures!

http://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/index.php?vendor=23722

Due to the childish TOS changes, I'm not allowed to link to my other products outside of Rendo anymore :(

Food for thought.....
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  Huolong    ( ) ( posted at 7:49AM Tue, 13 December 2005  · @2503279

Thanks, I have Weird Weather and use it for external scenes in addition to Nerd's Fog Deluxe. I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and recall having my date use a flash light to find the road after a date in the Berkeley hills because you couldn't see a full car length ahead.

Gordon

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