Receiving shadows on Emissive Materials
I am working on a shader of sorts which uses material parameters, but it uses mostly Emissive properties due to lit shading not giving the look that I want.
I am wondering if there is any way that I can get self-shadowing and shadows based on the level lighting to work with Emissive materials without having to switch to a dodgy post-process solution entirely, or without having to spend large sums of time figuring out how make a shader model which uses emissive but accepts shadows
asked Oct 10 '17 at 02:27 PM in Rendering
Well, Shadow is absence of light. So it is mutually exclusive with emissive. You could try achieving the same effect with a bright basecolor. If that is not enough, you will need to alter the shading model itself.
answered Oct 10 '17 at 06:35 PM
This requires you to use the forward renderer, but gives you direct access to the shadow information on a per material basis.
You can use it to achieve things like that, or just to get standard shadows on emissive materials.
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answered Oct 11 '17 at 02:22 AM
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