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Fire or Flame

Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 12:47am

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2xZProductions

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I would like a fire or flame like this. Not the explosion. I would like a preset though, as it works better with the environment and well, easier placement and recations.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPN1h2Ywk_Y&feature=related

this too, (I like both) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjYC_dH9JqU&feature=related

Cheers!

-2xZ
Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 9:06am

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B3N

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This
This
This
This
Or this
Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 3:46pm

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2xZProductions

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none of these loks decent
Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 3:56pm

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Utuayey

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Videocopilot.net use the action essential 2
Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 4:55pm

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Axeman

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Well, if the presets aren't decent and footage of real fire isn't decent, I'm not sure what to tell you. Hire a pyrotech who can manage the effects on-set, I guess.
Posted: Fri, 6th Aug 2010, 5:16pm

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B3N

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What about
Posted: Sat, 7th Aug 2010, 9:27am

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moranatol

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There may be a solution. May it could be difficult.
There exist a plug-in called "FumeFX" for 3ds max.
It creates effects of fire and smoke very realistic!
But it is not easy to handle. If you take this option, you must agree to follow many tutorials.
Hire a pyrotechnic might be costly. While "FumeFX" is not given, moreover, must have 3ds max. unsure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzsk4KusVG0&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7FzAuIYZzQ&feature=related
Posted: Sat, 7th Aug 2010, 2:42pm

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2xZProductions

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B3n's looks pretty good (if in 3d form) Any cool stock...?