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water

Posted: Sun, 25th Mar 2007, 11:36am

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fxmaniac

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could any be able to make a preset of water so that it would be able to do whatever you want it do to like spray. so it would be like someone was controling it
Posted: Sun, 25th Mar 2007, 1:53pm

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Rawree

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That does sound pretty vague and in all honesty (I know it's not what you want to hear) water is one of those effects that you almost always want to do as a practical effect - even George Lucas thinks it'd be silly to try and do it digital in some cases as there's just too much interaction.

It's one of those thing that you could easily do as a practical effect or, failing that, comp in stock footage which you could easily make yourself (black screen, backlit water etc). If you do want it digital though particles arn't really the way to go, realflow is where it's at!
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jul 2007, 10:15pm

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VRBstudios

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Add a displacement map to the particle engine and play around with it and u should get what u want.
Posted: Tue, 3rd Jul 2007, 12:51am

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pixelboy

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Have a look at this tutorial. It should be helpful to you.