RealFlow Milk

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angel_airlines
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RealFlow Milk

Postby angel_airlines » Fri Jan 19, 2018 5:27 pm

I know this question is being asked before in this forum but I couldnt find a solution that actually worked for me.

Im trying to get a milky fluid and the better apporach that I get is liquied melted chocolate. Dont really know hoy to get a really thin an silky fluid.

I've tried with the viscosity (as far as I know the one for the milk is 0,02) and the density value of a PBD fluid and Ive triued different setups for the mesh without nice results.

Would apreciate any comentary or recomendation about how to properly get a silky mil fluid.

Thanks

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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby Forester » Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:54 pm

Creating a thin fluid really should be possible with the mesh controls. You may need to increase the resolution of the fluid, to start with. The more particles (higher fluid resolution), the better able you are to achieve good results with the mesh controls.

It would help to be able to see your image. The database for images on this website has exceeded its space limits, so you need to place an image on some other server, and then link to that image here, for it to display correctly. Could you please do that?
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angel_airlines
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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby angel_airlines » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:21 pm

I think this is a good example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKv_fBX0dMA

https://vimeo.com/29308499 (this is real milk not RealFlow).


I have tried this approach viewtopic.php?t=7442
but I need to avoid gravity as it will be used with a DSpline and I cant get a proper Mesh values... It seems to viscous to me, like melted chocolate more than milk.

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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby Forester » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:57 pm

Any chance you could post a cleaned out version of your sim files some place where I could download them and take a look?

By "cleaned out", I mean go to Tools at the top line menu, pull it down and select "Clean Data Folder." Then zip it up and post it somewhere. If it is under 25 mb in the zip/rar file, I can take it in my email. Let me know and I'll send you my email addy.
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angel_airlines
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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby angel_airlines » Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:04 pm

it is a 3 Mb C4D scene, I could send you a wetransfer if you msg me your email.

Thanks

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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby ChristianZ » Sat Jan 20, 2018 12:59 pm

So you are using the RFC4D plugin. We have a dedicated section on the forum for this soft: viewforum.php?f=74
RF10 standard + RFC4D

angel_airlines
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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby angel_airlines » Sun Jan 21, 2018 12:47 am

Well, Im using both... RealFlow Standalone 10 and version 2.0.1 of the C4D plugin.
The only difference I have find out is changing is the scale of some values... meaning that a value of 0.05 in the noise dameon in the standalone per example must be a value of 5 with the C4D plugin. (Although others values remain in the same scale).

Anyway, I´d find out that both softwares offers different workflows to get a good working fluid.

Cheers.

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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby Forester » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:30 am

Angel_Airlines, I am not a C4D user, so I probably cannot open the C4D scene.
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angel_airlines
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Re: RealFlow Milk

Postby angel_airlines » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:58 am

It is fine.. thank you for your help.
Will try your instructions tomorrow @work.

Thanks.


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