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Radiance Tutorials
Started by tommysaethran Feb 04 2017 05:14 AM

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Hello all :-)

 

I am going to make some tutorials to show how effects easily can be made using Radiance Particle Effect Creator.

In this video i will show you how to create a rain effect. We use two different emitters, one to make the rain and the second to make the ground splatter.

 

 
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Tommy


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In this video i will show you how to easily create a candlelight fire and smoke. We will use two emitters for this effect, one for the flame and the second for the smoke.

 

 

Regards
Tommy


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Thanks Tommy.  These are very helpful.  Keep them coming!



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I have made a Youtube channel for all the tutorials. It can be found here:

 

 

Ps. I added a simple starfield tutorial. Next will be little more complex. Gonna make a tutorial for making a propellar effect :-)

 

Regards

Tommy Sæthran



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Very nice!

 

Rob



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Hi :-)

 

I have created a new video that shows how easy it is to use the effects created in Radiance within your own project, using the radiance.lua runtime script.

 

 

Regards

Tommy




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