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BrunoBreloaded 2014 年 02 月 8 日 @ 上午 5 時 13 分
Particle lightning
So, i have the following problem!
i have a dark scene and the only light that appears is a mimic flashlight.
i created a particle to simulate dust in the air. the particle looks fine, but even not in the light the particle is still glowing! so i know, that particles have their own lightning, but i havnt found out how to play around with, so i figured i will ask here!

so my questions
-can i make a particle which is reacting to the lights i put in ?
-where can i manipulate the lightning of a particle in the editor ?

thx for any help
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Pte Jack 2014 年 02 月 8 日 @ 下午 6 時 31 分 
I tried to create a cloud to shine a gobo light off of, but didn't have any luck with that. I don't know much about the particle system and the effects you can pull off using the system yet... (still a beginner in this area, me)
raptornx01 2014 年 02 月 9 日 @ 上午 1 時 38 分 
I know you can get model particles to be effected with light, but I haven't seen a way for it to work with sprites.
BrunoBreloaded 2014 年 02 月 9 日 @ 上午 11 時 52 分 
same here still very new to this stuff. will try to work something out or find a way around it! thx anyway for the replies
_dom 2014 年 09 月 29 日 @ 下午 2 時 28 分 
It does not work with sprites. Sprites are not effected by light whatsoever, so a smoke particle would look exactly the same under 5 lights as it would in a dimly lit area (As long as there's actually light to see. If you want a sprite that can be effected by light, you have to model your own.
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