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What otuama said. Also be wary of gigs that go by day rates. Plumbers and lawyers don't work on day rates (or if you find one that does let me know!). The time of a creative professional is no less valuable and no less measurable. If there's no alternative then be sure your day rate would cover equi...
- Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:44 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Is this even possible?
- Replies: 1
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Is it possible with RealFlow? Yes. Would I recommend RealFlow in this case? No. My guess is you'll spend far more time and get an inferior result compared to shooting it. Those crown splashes can be tricky to say the least. Here are some high speed camera rental places to answer your other question....
Dansolo5 wrote: Luke - How would use a procedural material on the mesh, would it have to be a Renderkit mesh made in Maya using the Magnitude data to drive the colours (remap ramp) or can it be done with a standard mesh made in Realflow ? In Houdini there's an attribute transfer node which is what I...
- Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:51 pm
- Forum: Realflow 2012
- Topic: particles throug small holes
- Replies: 7
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Welcome to the world of fluid simulations. They do exactly what they should - which is whatever the hell they want. I suggest using a smaller area to determine the appropriate settings. For example take that same pool model and same deck but use only one square meter of each and block it in, instead...
Dan, in my experience a procedural material is a better way to go for this type of effect than dealing with UV maps and textures. One way would be to use the original particle simulation to transfer an attribute back to the mesh and base the shader on that. For example 9,000 out of 10,000 particles ...
zscorp wrote: tks a lot dude, i typed the code in cmd but it launches the rf and closes cmd so i cant c anything after that. :( Open a command prompt window first rather than running the command from that little text box on the start menu. That way the window will stay open even if the application d...
To run it from the command line open a terminal or command prompt and enter the path for RealFlow. For example on Windows it would look something like this. I don't have it in front of me so not sure if the paths are exact but you get the idea. "C:Program FilesNext LimitRealFlow 5realflow.exe" It sh...
- Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:56 am
- Forum: Realflow 2012
- Topic: Colliding the particle with just selected objects
- Replies: 4
- Views: 929
It would be easier to just use exclusive links. By default nodes are in the global links which means everything affects everything.