#AskGSG 20: How To Make A Foggy Tunnel Look

January 20, 2015 - By 

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In this Ask GSG, “Rod_EiJi-1” asks about lighting in a foggy tunnel like in this image from racoonart.

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  • thanks Nick for this intresting tut 🙂

    For those who want to exclude the sphere from the light ..You need to add the sphere in the “PROJECT” tab of the light 😉

  • COOOL That’s new subject to GSG

  • Hi Nick, please have a look at the following link. I was wondering whether you could show us how to create those molecules.
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/88875792622940260/

    Thanks

    • Correct me if this is wrong but the way I’d approach this is to use several spheres and tubes and use the metaball tag to connect them to the point where it would look like a gross molecule look. And the material could be glass like material. Other than that, I would approach it that way.

  • Hey Nick!!
    Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge !!!
    I was wondering if they are the same steps for this purpose or another technique to achieve this exquisite piece:

    https://www.behance.net/gallery/575380/Ventilate-Posters

  • Great tutorial, Nick, simple and awesome.

    Cheers, bro.

  • Dear Nick,
    Every time when I watch your video lessons I am full of ideas to realise them in my visuals. It inspires me to improve my skills further and be better with every artwork. I would be grateful for you comments on my works. Just look them through.https://www.behance.net/gallery/23295825/Life-in-the-Universe Thanks.

  • I loved this tutorial and would also like to throw out a huge thank you for including those little photoshop pointers at the end. I’m still relatively new to C4D and I’m one of those guys that you mentioned that will try to endlessly tweak the scene in C4D to make it look perfect – I’ll definitely reconsider that approach next time.

    Thanks!

  • i have a different approach. Hope you like it and thank you 😀 !
    http://www.imageupload.co.uk/image/5teO

  • Another great tutorial for free.Thanks GSG

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