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==Creating your skybox==
==Creating your skybox==
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* Create a cube in blender
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* Create a cube in blender
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* Scale the cube so it is bigger than everything else in your scene
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* Scale the cube so it is bigger than everything else in your scene
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* Flip normals on the cube so that they face inwards
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* Flip normals on the cube so that they face inwards
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* Texture the inside of the cube with your skybox textures
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* Texture the inside of the cube with your skybox textures
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* Set following parameters on the cube:
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* Set following parameters on the cube:
section:general
section:general
camera: true
camera: true

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Introduction

A common requirement for a 3D scene is to have a sky that is always at infinite distance. One way of achieving this is via a skybox. This tutorial shows you how to do this using Blender, b2cs and Crystal Space.

Creating your skybox

  • Create a cube in blender
  • Scale the cube so it is bigger than everything else in your scene
  • Flip normals on the cube so that they face inwards
  • Texture the inside of the cube with your skybox textures
  • Set following parameters on the cube:

section:general

 camera: true

section:render

 lighting: false
 priority: sky
 zmode: zfill

section:lighter

 vertexlight: true


Note: there is currently a bug in lighter2 that causes it to ignore the nolighting flag. One workaround is to remove lighter2 entries for the skybox from the world file after export.

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