Noob question: how can I make particle clouds sit behind the floor's horizon
by simon lucas on Dec 2, 2019 at 2:23:31 pm
New to c4d:
I've made particle clouds (Pyrocluster) and now want to have them 'in the sky' – so sitting behind a horizon line in my drawing. At the moment, I've added a floor object, but have tried a large disk, too.
(NB. I find the c4d sky object too complex at the moment, and I like the clouds I made so would like to try and make them work).
Just wondered if there's a simple way to do this?
Re: Noob question: how can I make particle clouds sit behind the floor's horizon
by simon lucas on Dec 2, 2019 at 5:20:19 pm
I can see that using a large disk as the ground, and positioning the particle emitter outside to the rear of the scene, it will give the effect I need. I just need to find a way to scale up, the now distant emitter, so the clouds look like the ones in the test picture.