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Old 02-21-2016, 05:27 PM   #1   Add To Ignore List  
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Cool Lighting in MultiLayer Ground

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I'am creating new campaing for SS3 : Through Landscapes. I have just one problem with multilayer ground. Its too bright :/ There is a big contrast beetwen ground and other modeles like buildings ;/ It looks really bad and i want to fix this but I don't know how..
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More detail needed. Screenshot for one. Then, do you have a properly baked GI?
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More detail needed. Screenshot for one. Then, do you have a properly baked GI?
Yes I baked GI and sometimes almost all object are black without texuture.. I have this bug only with MultiLayer , with Standard mode it's work corectly.
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Image is not showing up for me. But what are you saying that every model is black?
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Image is not showing up for me. But what are you saying that every model is black?
Ok i fixed problem with black textures but its still looks bad.. Here's screen you see ? What can i do to make this ground more dark ?
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Old 02-22-2016, 07:27 PM   #6   Add To Ignore List  
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Try selecting the Cube Background. Change the color of the Modulator to be much darker. Then, change the color of the Rendering Modulator, so the sky is the same color as it was before you changed the first. Then bake the GI again.

This will make shadows darker. It might help.
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