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asked October 15, 2019 8:47am
· Lesson: Volumetric Lighting · Course: Interior Architectural Vizualization
Hi, this tutorial is made with blender 2.63. Is there a way to do volumetric lighting in blender 2.8 without photoshop? Thanks
There are too volume shaders in blender, volume absorption and volume scatter, combine the 2 for a full shader and you can make all kinds of fogs mists and nebula.
Thanks for reply. I created a shader with a mix shader and the two connected to it. Added this material to a plane, but the colour stays black. Watched a tutorial, and there it was attached to the world otput, but I already have a sky background...
So where is the shader added ?
You have to add the volume to a mesh you create in the scene where you want the foggy effects to exist. like here where i added the shaders to a box, and you can see how the light fades as it penetrates the mesh.
So here is the render without volumetric light. I want the volumetric light come throgh the windows, so basically everywhere.
But the shader still looks black...
ah I forgot to put it on volume ;) thanks a lot