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HELP Let it snow DS shader!

DisparateDreamerDisparateDreamer Posts: 1,820
edited December 1969 in The Commons

The readme for this shader doesn't really give any directions on how to use it. And of course there are no artzone links.

Can anyone point me to anything with some documentation on how to use this shader???

Help soooooo much appreciated, thanks!

Comments

  • adamr001adamr001 Posts: 22
    edited December 1969

    Select the object on the scene tab you want to apply it to, then switch to the surface tab and select the surface of that object you want it to be applied to, then double click the shader and it will apply.

  • DisparateDreamerDisparateDreamer Posts: 1,820
    edited December 1969

    Thanks Adam, I should have been clearer.... heh.
    This shader's a bit different than other shaders!
    when I apply the shader, there's a popup.
    It has several options.
    I just have no idea idea what those options do, and when I change them it gets ugly so maybe they aren't meant to be changed, but then whats the reason for the popup?

    Just a bit confused and even the old daz thread didn't say much....

  • adamr001adamr001 Posts: 22
    edited December 1969

    Select Snow Blend/Amount Slider = How much snow
    Select the Snow Color = Diffuse Color
    Select the Snow Sheen = Reflect/Specular Color
    Select the Snow Scatter = SubSurface Scatter Color

  • There is something broken with this shader. No matter how I change the color sliders (Snow Color, Sheen, Scatter), no matter the lighting, the produced snow always stays the same pure white.

  • Are you rendering it in 3dl?

     

  • nDelphinDelphi Posts: 1,541
    edited December 2016

    Never mind, it is the color you want to change.

    Post edited by nDelphi on
  • Stay away from the yellow snow!

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