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Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 2, 2003 05:34 PM
I'm right now looking at Maya Unlimited's awesome fluid effects. Anyway, I know its a little over my price range but I just like seeing how far Alias|Wavefront is going to be just like the real world.
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 2, 2003 05:57 PM
*GROAN* whishs he had 2 grand . Guess I'll stick to meshwork ,Bryce and Amapi. *bursts out crying*
Maya Fluid Effects - macboy - Mar 2, 2003 06:05 PM
Those look sooo realistic. Too bad I'm only the whole price short of buying it
Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 2, 2003 06:13 PM
Quote:Originally posted by Joseph Duchesne
You can simulate fluids in Bryce by animating terrain and using metaballs for splashes.
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 2, 2003 06:15 PM
I know. Bryce is -cool-. Did you see the Nuclear Nova logo protype I made in it?
Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 2, 2003 06:18 PM
Yup. That logo's pretty awesome.
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 2, 2003 06:21 PM
I want to redo my logo in it to. You know you can do shifting desert sands using animated terrains to?
Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 2, 2003 06:55 PM
Oh wait. I'm thinking of the wrong logo. Which are you talking about (I didn't see it on your site).
For shifting sands, animate the terrain with the timeline in the Terrain Editor.
Maya Fluid Effects - macboy - Mar 2, 2003 06:57 PM
I never saw it. Do you still have it? :?:
Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 2, 2003 07:01 PM
WHOA! I just did some googling for Bryce water tutorials and I found like 15. Most are good.
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 3, 2003 12:09 PM
*digs into the archives* Ahh:
Maya Fluid Effects - macboy - Mar 3, 2003 03:01 PM
Wow JD those are awesome!
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 3, 2003 03:04 PM
*bows* * looks as as he can*
Thanks. The only problem is the render time. ~14 hours on normal AA on my dads G4 733! Ouch I was trying to render it on my PM 7600/132 first though I set it going over night and woke up to find it like 5% done! I wonder why Jake didn't use it? maybe it was too flashy?
Maya Fluid Effects - AJ Infinity - Mar 3, 2003 03:31 PM
14 hrs. Whoa. How high did you AA? What were all your render settings. I usually render with premium fx AA.
Super cool render. (two thumbs up)
Maya Fluid Effects - Joseph Duchesne - Mar 3, 2003 04:34 PM
*Wishes he got 3 thumbs up then notices that AJ probably has only 2*
The world was in volumetrics(set in sky lab), the stars slowed it down and that's 10 volumetric spheres with their quality set on 75%. It took W-A-Y longer than I thought it would but it only took 2 hours to make. (1 hour makeing it and one hour waiting for the blasted preview to load on my 7600/132 )