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Set the color of the light. Setting light color has already been discussed in the section Assigning color to a light.
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I cover shadows in a separate section at the end of the discussion on lights. Check Shadow On if you want to create shadows. Choose Shadow Options to set the type of shadows you want, and set Shadow Map Size and Softness. Creating shadows adds significantly to rendering time. When you are done creating the point light, click OK.
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A spotlight differs from a point light in that it has a direction. As a result, you not only specify its location but also its target two coordinates instead of one. In addition, a spotlight has a brighter center called the hotspot. Outside the bright center is a ring of lesser brightness called the falloff. Figure 25-7 shows the same scene used previously in this chapter, but with one overhead spotlight.
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Figure 25-7: A rendering with one spotlight overhead
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To create a new spotlight, choose Spotlight from the drop-down list next to the New button in the Lights dialog box. Then click New to open the New Spotlight dialog box, shown in Figure 25-8.
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Figure 25-8: The New Spotlight dialog box
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Part IV Drawing in Three Dimensions
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In the Light Name text box, type a name for the light. As mentioned earlier for point lights, use a name that makes it clear that the light is a spotlight. Keep the name short. A simple sequence of S1, S2 is often sufficient. However, you could also use S-roof and S-door or something similar, but the name cannot be more than eight characters long.
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Set the hotspot and falloff angles. These angles emanate from the spotlight in the direction of the light s target. The maximum angle for both is 160 degrees. If the hotspot and falloff angles are the same, there is no falloff the entire spotlight is bright. The defaults are 44 degrees for the hotspot and 45 degrees for the falloff. This does not leave very much falloff area. You may need to experiment to get the desired result. To set the hotspot and falloff angles, type the angles in the text boxes or use the slider bars. The rest of the options for a spotlight are the same as for a point light. Set the attenuation, intensity, position, color, and shadows. When you are done creating the spotlight, click OK.
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A distant light is equivalent to the sun. Its rays come from so far away that for all practical purposes they are parallel. A distant light does not attenuate (unless you re drawing a model on Pluto). To create a new distant light, choose Distant Light from the drop-down list next to the New button in the Lights dialog box. Then click New to open the New Distant Light dialog box, shown in Figure 25-9.
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In the Light Name text box, type a name for the light. As mentioned earlier for point lights and spotlights, use a name that makes it clear that the light is a distant light. Keep the name short.
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Set the intensity, or brightness, of the light in the Intensity text box or use the slider bar. The intensity can range from 0 to 1.
To turn the distant light off, set the intensity to zero (0). You can use this technique to switch a scene from a day view to a night view or to experiment with different lights.
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Figure 25-9: The New Distant Light dialog box
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