In this tutorial you will discover:
- How to use Dynamic Paint
- The best particle settings for rain
- How to use bump, mirror and color maps
Dynamic Paint is here! In case you missed the hype, dynamic paint is a new feature in blender that allows objects to paint each other. This opens the door for things like animated snow footprints, smoke interaction, fluid wet maps and, you guessed it… rain!
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create realistic rain that interacts with it’s environment.
If a rain sounds like a familar topic to you, that may be because I created a rain tutorial just 18 months ago. But I’m doing it again because the old tutorial didn’t include any interation with the environment. So I’m hoping you don’t mind a repeat
At a Glance
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