A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

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virama
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A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

Postby virama » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:34 am

Hi,

I am new to Real Flow, but have enough experience in C4D and After Effects and am looking specifically to create this effect. Of a logo peeling or swept away.

https://ibb.co/b3uYTb

Any advice/ pointers/ tutorials will be most helpful!

Thanks !


angel_airlines
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Re: A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

Postby angel_airlines » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:16 pm

Hi,
probably you can explore what you acahieve with the Magic Daemon... I think it can help you to morph from a flying fluid to build an objet.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlQDiSuMH10

virama
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Re: A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

Postby virama » Mon Jan 29, 2018 7:25 pm

Hi,

I have achieved a basic look with a full B/W Image texture, but I can't seem to get a perfect detailed mesh? Either the particles look like tiny dots or the mesh becomes too clumsy and thick. I need it to look like a perfect extruding shape for the effect to sell.

Here is my result
https://ibb.co/mWWX66

The Alpha Superman Logo
https://ibb.co/goFmYm


Mesh Settings
https://ibb.co/hCMX66


Fluid Settings
https://ibb.co/iUNN66


Any suggestions will be most welcome!

Thanks!

angel_airlines
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Re: A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

Postby angel_airlines » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:43 pm

Hi,
check the scale of your object to be filled with fluid... the bigger the scale, the smaller the particles and then the higher the detail you could get from your simulation.
I think your fluid resolution can be a bit higher.. I used a value of 35 for my fluid in this example.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yehmh0z32tozg ... 6.png?dl=0

Check the max and min subsets on the solver tab and increase the values to Min 5 and Max 175

Alternatively, look for a masking solution of the emitter with geometry.

http://support.nextlimit.com/display/RF ... r+%3A+Mask

virama
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Re: A sort of melting/ peeling effect Like this Warner Bros Logo...

Postby virama » Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:51 am

Thank you so much!

Will try your values out.


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