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Dimming down skydome backdrop?

chewmyheadoff

FNG / Fresh Meat
May 21, 2009
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UK
bunnyhead.tk
How do you turn down the brightness of the backdrop? Iv got a skydome with the london sunset texture, but it is very bright all the way round. How do you dim this down?
 

Deek

FNG / Fresh Meat
May 28, 2008
218
12
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Turn down the ambient brightness in the skydome subtraction. Not sure if that's the best way, but that's how I did it. =)
 

Shibumi

FNG / Fresh Meat
May 18, 2009
48
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Static mesh or not, the skybox should be an entirely seperate entity with the sky info property. You can change the ambient brightness of that zone all by itself, or tone down the light actor you have in it.

The only way you could mess yourself up is if you decided to use level properties to give your whole level an ambient brightness, otherwise you should be in complete control of how light\dark your skybox is.