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Creating an Asteroid
Added on: Wed Sep 06 2000
Page: 1 3 4 5 

Place this particle system at one corner of the dummy and clone it four times and move them around to each corner of the dummy to give it a more spread out head for the asteroid.

Create four main spot lights around the dummy object.
Create the first one above it pointing down to the dummy, move it slightly to the right, make the colour bright orange (R: 255 G: 152 B: 19) and choose to exclude everything but the four spray particle systems at the head of the asteroid. Change the multiplier to 1.94 and clone the light and position it to the oposite side of the asteroid, make the multiplier of that light 1.0.
Clone the spot light and position it below the particle system and adjust the colour to be bright white, and the multiplier to be 1.0, now select both spot lights and clone them and position them below the actual asteroid. So now you have four lights.





 
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