It overhauls all the Skyrim Weathers and Imagespaces, and add a whole bunch of new ones 500+ along with custom effects Snowstorms, blizzards, thick fog, distant fogs, distant rain, particle snowflakes. Vivid Weathers looks cool, but it doesn't suit me, I prefer the look of Purity. For instance, I have never ever seen any screenshots nor Vivid Weathers, nor Obsidian, like that one: felyolven wrote: Maybe you have them disabled or set to low quality. A significantly darker evening requiring artificial light, more intense rainstorms, and different weather options. So they won't work together until someone makes a patch that either adds vanilla weathers back in so True Storms can modify them or maybe updates True Storms so that it modifies some of the stormier weathers in Vivid Weather instead of the vanilla weather. Also, great fan of your work. Made rain faster and more subtle.
Compatible with all weather mods, just let this one overwrite. Removed two essentially identical to master storm weather records, restoring compatibility with True Storms. I haven't tried Vivid Weathers. There's a lot of snow in the game so it makes sense we take the time to install a mod that improves the quality of the fluffy stuff. Made the blizzard slightly more windy. Characters now have water dripping from them during rain and after coming out of a swim session, footsteps now cause splashing, breathes are visible in colder areas, snow accumualtes on armor and hair during snowfall, and blizzards cause a reduction in movement.
Reduced fog frequency in volcanic tundra and added fog variety to the marsh. Rain looks thin and somewhat cartoony. Vivid Weathers doesn't have any really heavy rain. The mod I use to make the environment more better ha ha is Dolomite Weathers and Lighting Overhaul by Megaloblast. Lightning During Storms Sse 6 a. Once this is installed and you start your game, the mod places a Vivid Weather book in your inventory.
Myabe this is just how it's intented to be. Candles don't give off much brightness, you need multiple. Originally posted by :I don't know why but CoT didn't impress me at all. When I upgrade hardware I'll probably be using Purity, I have really liked all of Laast's other mods. I was looking for an interior lighting mod, and will continue to look. .
Make sure you have these settings in SkyrimPrefs. The 'haze' that creates the atmosphere is sometimes too blue, and breaks my immersion. You wouldn't have just one candle in a room. I want darkness but with lots of lighting such as candles to brighten up interiors as mods make them too dark, even with the brightness slider. Thieves Guild Armor, fur armor, elven armor are all tops with skirts. Not all the texture replacers for a night sky are compatible with it. There was no apparent change in density, it just kept getting brighter and dimmer in bands as I walked.
Outdoor areas are realistically lit based on time of day and weather so at noon it's nice and bright, during a rain storm it's suitably gloomy and somewhat dark, and at night it's quite dark although not as dark as dungeons. Oh I also threw in Vanilla lighting for good measure. Texture details really pop, colours are bang on, contrast is kept under control, brightness is absolutely where I want it to be all of the time. Makes use of twice as many cloud layers, setting each in motion, to create the illusion that clouds are dynamic fluids in three dimensions instead of flat textures pasted on the sky. It even glistens and shines in the sunshine of a new dawn, which is always a sight to behold after you come out of a cleared dungeon. But when I turn it off, I get these weird white stuff around objects that are from a considerable distance. I also Have start putting Pauls mod list in with it.
Vivid does have some pretty stormy weathers but not as heavy as True Storms. The mod Werewolf Perks Expanded does offer some additional perks to the beast form though. Clear weather occurs twice as often and is more varied, cloudy weather half as often. In oldrim the enb I was using allowed me to change light intensity for each individual type of light source as well as ambient light for each individual type of interior with separate settings for both day and night and separate settings for each individual weather both for outside and for interiors. I obviously used the correct files for the corresponding weather and lighting mod. Vivid Weathers is a mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, created by.
Using the in-game book, you can configure the look of bloom , set the color saturation, and brightness settings for nights and interiors - all on the fly, in game. But everything is way too dark! Just go with the Forsworn Armor set and avoid the Nightingale armor. I was playing Oldrim with cold colors and I am sick of that. So, I made my own bitmaps, which works more or less well. Trust me, I just spent three years in Patagonia at the edge of antarctica, and you're more concerned with going snow blind than getting wet.
This adds markers to nearly all Dawnguard related maps like the Soul Cairn and Forgotten Vale. Vivid Weathers doesn't have any really heavy rain. I assume these are the waterfalls only from Purity for Oldrim? In my opinion it's the best weather mod for general gameplay, it won't win any big drama awards but it also won't give you eye fatigue. Vivid Weathers Special Edition 2. It simply fails to have the same depth as far as fog, snow, and rain as vivid. Am i missing an option or do i need to download some face fixing textures??? My rig still feels like a bit of a potato though at the moment to be honest.