Lighting

Eye Candi Optimal Light Settings

Start in Preferences.
Click on “Me” on the toolbar and scroll down to “Preferences”. Click on the Graphics Tab and make sure you uncheck the boxes near “Local Lights” and “Atmospheric Shaders”. Then click on the “Apply” tab and click on “OK”.

Now fix your environmental settings by clicking on the “World” tab, go down to the last option, “Environment Editor” and “Sky Presets”>”New preset”

Start with “Default”

>>Atmosphere
Blue Horizon Color:
Red: 128
Green: 128
Blue: 128
Hue: 0
Sat: 0
Lum: 50

Haze Horizon: 0.11

Blue Density Color:
Red: 128
Green: 128
Blue: 128
Hue: 0
Sat: 0
Lum: 50

Haze Density: 0.35

Density Multiplier: 0.26

Distance Multiplier: 0

Max Altitude: 1600

>>Lighting
Sun/Moon Color:
Red: 192
Green: 160
Blue: 63
Hue: 45
Sat: 50
Lum: 50

Ambient Color:
Red: 175
Green: 203
Blue: 220
Hue: 203
Sat: 39
Lum: 77

Sun Glow:
Focus: 0.07
Size: 1.58

Star Brightness: 0.53

Scene Gamma: 1.97

Sun/Moon Position: 6:00 AM

East Angle: 0.00

>>Clouds
Cloud Color:
Red: 51
Green: 51
Blue: 51
Hue: 0
Sat: 0
Lum: 20

Cloud XY/Density:
X: 0.50
Y: 0.50
D: 1.00

Cloud Coverage: 0.23

Cloud Scale: 0.42

Cloud Detail XY/Density:
X: 0.50
Y: 0.50
D: 0.12

Cloud Scroll X: 0.50
Cloud Scroll Y: 0.01

Check the box next to “Make this preset my new sky setting” and click the “Save” Button.