Creating a sense of depth using fog


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Creating a sense of depth using fog

One way to increase the drama as well as the sense of depth in a ZBrush illustration is to enable Fog. The Fog controls are found in the Render palette here. So I'm going to expand my tray. Click-and-drag to place this into the tray, and then to enable Fog I'm just going to turn on the Fog, and immediately we can see it, even when we are in Preview mode. Fog Controls are very simple, we have overall intensity, even a little bit of Fog can add a lot to a scene.

We can also control the depth were the Fog starts and ends. We can do so using these numeric sliders, but it's even better to do it interactively. So this is front area of the Fog, in other words the position were things are clear as opposed to were things are foggy. I can use this slider, but I can also pick the area interactively in the scene. So if I want to set it right there. And the same goes for the background, in other words. When the fog reaches its maximum opacity, I can click-and-drag, let's say, this ...

Creating a sense of depth using fog
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Creating a sense of depth using fog provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Eric Keller as part of the ZBrush 3 for Windows Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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