My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

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My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

Postby jakes » Sun Aug 19, 2012 1:37 pm

Hi,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIyMWOUmOjI
Paw logo reveal, milk swirl.
Realflow 2012 particles.
Autodesk Maya 2009.
Adobe After Effects CS5.5.
RealFlow settings: Scale 1:1
Resolution : 90000
Density : 1000
Int Pressure : 0.1
Ext Pressure : 1.0
Viscosity : 1.0
Surface Tension: 50

Jakes


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Re: My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

Postby jakes » Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:09 pm

It has been awhile sins I have done something in Realflow sins my mentor has gone to the better side.
Cheers Chris this one was for you!

Cheers Jakes

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Re: My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

Postby oscarherry3d » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:38 am

hey Jakes! nice to know you are the one that make that liquid for Mil**at..! hahaha
umm,can you tell me how it works? you put a vortex in the midle? or put some emitter at the bowl? :) thanks dude!

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Re: My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

Postby jakes » Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:33 am

Hi oscarherry3d,

Nicely observed, you caught me out on the tiger.
I`m sorry for my super late reply, end of last year was crazy,
you know, with the `world ending` and all!

The way that I approached my sim was as follows:

I created a fill object and let it settle.
Then I added four Tractor Daemons 90° apart (on the sides out of the camera view)
with their end bits inside the fluid shooting the particles upwards, like four fountains.
Simultaneously I activated a slow vortex to start turning the fluid.
The vortex pulled the four fountain-like blasts in to the spinning fluid, almost looking like the
water on the back-end of a person water skiing going around a bend.
The biggest challenge I had was, that if the vortex was to strong, the fluid would all spin to the
side of the container and to slow the four fountain-like blasts would go to high. The other one
was the way the paw breaks through the surface. It looks a bit like breaking glass. But as you know,
like they say, lets fix it in the comp.

Oh, I really like your Chocolate Wafer Roll, I love to do more commercials like this but they are quite scares.

Jakes

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Re: My milk swirl whirlpool vortex

Postby oscarherry3d » Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:07 am

jakes wrote:Hi oscarherry3d,

Nicely observed, you caught me out on the tiger.
I`m sorry for my super late reply, end of last year was crazy,
you know, with the `world ending` and all!

The way that I approached my sim was as follows:

I created a fill object and let it settle.
Then I added four Tractor Daemons 90° apart (on the sides out of the camera view)
with their end bits inside the fluid shooting the particles upwards, like four fountains.
Simultaneously I activated a slow vortex to start turning the fluid.
The vortex pulled the four fountain-like blasts in to the spinning fluid, almost looking like the
water on the back-end of a person water skiing going around a bend.
The biggest challenge I had was, that if the vortex was to strong, the fluid would all spin to the
side of the container and to slow the four fountain-like blasts would go to high. The other one
was the way the paw breaks through the surface. It looks a bit like breaking glass. But as you know,
like they say, lets fix it in the comp.

Oh, I really like your Chocolate Wafer Roll, I love to do more commercials like this but they are quite scares.

Jakes


hi jakes,its nice to know you.. :)
yes,the tiger caught me too,in indonesia,but only the character,not the liquid.. its pretty nice liquid simulation tho,great job bro!

ok,thanks for your response and telling me how you do that,im in vacation right now,i will try it when i got home.. and yeah,the vortex daemon is very confusing..
thanks dude! hope we can work together another time,or meet somewhere... :)

Oscar


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