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I know that I can control the colour of smoke with its temperature, but the temperature of the smoke keeps decreasing over time. I want it to remain constant, so that the only changes in smoke temp is when smoke from two different temperature emitters mix together. Is there away to control that?

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I assume that you use cycles render in blender. If you used the quick smoke effect by adding Object/quick effects/ quick smoke you can try to set the color of the flame by:

  • selecting the Smoke Domain of the fire emitting object
  • open the node editor
  • change the color of the flame in the ColorRamp settings.

Using more than one Smoke Domain means that you can have several color settings and combine then in your scene.

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