Ocean Material / Underwater God Rays
I have SCOURED the interweb looking for assistance but to no avail, SO I thought I would ask you awesome people!!
Have any of you played Subnautica? Well I am basically trying to do the underwater godray effect that is in that game, aswell as possibly getting a material together that is similar to the ocean material in that game as I REALLY like it :) I have a basic water material i put together, aswell as some caustics in the form of a decal, but ya, just wondering if someone could be so kind as to point me in the right direction for information on this, or assist me themselves :)
THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN PROVIDE!!
HAPPY 2018! :)
asked Feb 02 '18 at 12:22 PM in Using UE4
i would start with Water Surface Overview | Live Training and check out the water planes project on the learn tab of the launcher. Im not 100% on if you could use the materials from those in a game you sell but it will help you to learn to make your own material. as for the god rays its not something im totally familiar with but i would think you could accomplish it by having your ocean material translucent or masked. that way the light could still pass through and from there it would be like creating any other god ray.
answered Feb 02 '18 at 04:39 PM
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