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CC Particle World Remove Lighting or Remove Shadows

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May 16, 2019

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I'm using CC Particle World to create what looks like confetti using QuadPolygons, but I don't want any shadows (I'm going for a flat design). Is there a way to do this while still using CC Particle World? I'm wondering if there's a way to remove the light source or add more light sources so that all of the shadows disappear. Thanks!

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CC Particle World Remove Lighting or Remove Shadows

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I'm using CC Particle World to create what looks like confetti using QuadPolygons, but I don't want any shadows (I'm going for a flat design). Is there a way to do this while still using CC Particle World? I'm wondering if there's a way to remove the light source or add more light sources so that all of the shadows disappear. Thanks!

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Open the light settings and deselect the option to “Cast Shadows”

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Maybe I'm just blind, but I do not see any light settings nor a "Cast Shadows" button... Would you happen to be able to point to me where it is? All I see is "Light Direction" underneath the Extras dropdown in the Effects panel.

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Hey. I think I have found the solution. Under Particle, you'll find Volume Shade (approx) and reduce it to 0%. I hope this helps.

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