I am making torches in Unity3d. I have made my wooden mesh and everything. I have also created a fire using the particle system. WHY WON'T MY FIRE LIGHT UP THE SURROUNDING AREA? The fire is lit up, but the small surrounding areas are still pitch black! Please give a solution! Reply soon!
EDIT: Do I need to add a small point light inside the fire for the surrounding effect? or am i missing something?
Duplicate Question - please delete this question.
Other question : http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/312117/unity-3d-lighting-torches-help.html
Particles dont create light. You need to put in a point light.
Answer by alucardj
Sep 03, 2012 at 06:47 AM
@GC1983 please note this is a duplicate question, and should be removed. Don't post on a duplicate question, please follow my link to the actual question with answers, and post your comment there. Thanks =]
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