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by zzenn
Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:44 am
Forum: RF4: Softbody / cloth simulation
Topic: Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.
Replies: 15
Views: 7162

Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.

Okay, here's the link. Please be advised it contains CG untextured breasts in motion. You have been warned. It was done in Lightwave by Umemaro, but that's about all I know (I use XSI, and I cannot identify his process). The main thing is that in his finished animations the breasts fall, flop and de...
by zzenn
Tue Aug 12, 2008 3:09 pm
Forum: RF4: Softbody / cloth simulation
Topic: Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.
Replies: 15
Views: 7162

Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.

bitSeq, that's an interesting idea. I'd love to see it in action! From the responses in this thread, however, I'll conclude that RF does not support what I'm after. It's a *very* useful application with what it does now, but I guess it can't cover everything. I'll try and look more into softbodies, ...
by zzenn
Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:59 am
Forum: RF4: Softbody / cloth simulation
Topic: Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.
Replies: 15
Views: 7162

Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.

Yes lattices could work. I guess I'm trying to go for the lazy-yet-complicated way :) As for the softbody approach, that's why I'm posting here, to see if realflow supports this explicitly. As in defining parts of a mesh as softbody, but leaving the rest alone. Weightmap use seems obvious here. I ch...
by zzenn
Mon Aug 11, 2008 1:52 am
Forum: RF4: Softbody / cloth simulation
Topic: Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.
Replies: 15
Views: 7162

Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.

You're correct, and I've seen a lot of very good rigs with that method. However, springs etc., probably won't work if you try to manipulate the fatty tissue. For example: Let's say you have a fat penguin. Somebody then proceeds to poke the penguin in the belly. How do you simulate the skin bending i...
by zzenn
Sun Aug 10, 2008 8:44 am
Forum: RF4: Softbody / cloth simulation
Topic: Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.
Replies: 15
Views: 7162

Simulating fatty tissue and jiggle.

I got interested in realflow when I saw someone mention it could be used for simulating the jiggle motion of fat. I started investigating, looking at training material and reading the "manual." Unfortunately I've not found anything that indicates this is possible. It would seem easy for realflow to ...

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