Maya Fluid Effects

AJ Infinity
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I'm right now looking at Maya Unlimited's awesome fluid effects. Anyway, I know its a little over my price range Grin but I just like seeing how far Alias|Wavefront is going to be just like the real world.

http://www.aliaswavefront.com/en/product...ects.shtml
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Nibbie
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*GROAN* whishs he had 2 grand Grin . Guess I'll stick to meshworkSmile ,Bryce and Amapi. *bursts out crying*
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macboy
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Wow Wow Those look sooo realistic. Too bad I'm only the whole price short of buying it Wink
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AJ Infinity
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Quote:Originally posted by Joseph Duchesne
*GROAN* whishs he had 2 grand Grin . Guess I'll stick to meshworkSmile ,Bryce and Amapi. *bursts out crying*


You can simulate fluids in Bryce by animating terrain and using metaballs for splashes.
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Nibbie
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I know. Bryce is -cool-. Did you see the Nuclear Nova logo protype I made in it?
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AJ Infinity
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Yup. That logo's pretty awesome. Cool
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Nibbie
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I want to redo my logo in it to. You know you can do shifting desert sands using animated terrains to?
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AJ Infinity
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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.
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I never saw it. Do you still have it? :?:
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AJ Infinity
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WHOA! I just did some googling for Bryce water tutorials and I found like 15. Cool Most are good.
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Nibbie
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macboy
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Wow Wow JD those are awesome! Cool
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Nibbie
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Grin *bows* * looks as Cool as he can*

Thanks. The only problem is the render time. ~14 hours on normal AA on my dads G4 733!Shock Ouch I was trying to render it on my PM 7600/132 first thoughLOL 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?
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AJ Infinity
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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)
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Nibbie
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*Wishes he got 3 thumbs upGrin 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 Grin )
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