Procedural Cloud For Cycles (Easy Customization)

  • December 04, 2020
  • 1,597 Downloads
  • 42 Likes
  • Blender 2.9x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: gallus-gallus
  • License: CC-0
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Description:

This procedural cloud is made using blender 2.91’s ability to convert meshes into volumes. You can customize this cloud super easily: simply create a rough cloud shaped mesh, select volume object, and set its first modifier’s object field to your cloud shaped mesh. That’s it! Don’t forget to hide your cloud shaped mesh from the render. The volume displace modifier is then used to make the volume look cloud-like and natural (this is already set up).

Nishita Sky Environment Texture and cloud texture are already set up and ready to go. The compositor also has the denoising node set up to make rendering super fast!

Comments:

  • arethahahah profile picture
    arethahahah

    can this work with .79

    Written December 26, 2020
  • gallus-gallus profile picture
    gallus-gallus

    No it can not, sorry. It is only supported on Blender 2.91+.

    Written January 09, 2021
  • Bao2 profile picture
    Bao2

    It needs a UFO only

    Written March 06, 2021
  • qasdfasf43 profile picture
    qasdfasf43

    I don't know how it works. Create a new mesh (i.e. a plane) then select 'Volume Object'.... is where I get stuck

    Written April 06, 2021
  • gallus-gallus profile picture
    gallus-gallus

    The volume object is the object (it is already created) that contais the volume. You'll find it in the list of objects, or you can just click on the current cloud to select it. I hope this helps!

    Written April 08, 2021
  • CRAFTW3RK profile picture
    CRAFTW3RK

    Youtube "Volume Object Blender" to get a general idea of what the process is, and how to apply it to your projects. It's extremely handy, especially when constructing intricate scenes

    Written March 24, 2022
  • CRAFTW3RK profile picture
    CRAFTW3RK

    Youtube "Volume Object Blender" to get a general idea of what the process is, and how to apply it to your projects. It's extremely handy, especially when constructing intricate scenes

    Written March 24, 2022
  • gallus-gallus profile picture
    gallus-gallus

    Yes! @CRAFTW3RK is right. There are plenty of tutorials online on how to do this. Once you watch one, using this Blender file will just be a shortcut to setting up the Blender file yourself.

    Written March 25, 2022