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  • Dynamics
    A Thorough Introduction to Soft Body Dynamics in RealFlow Realflow soft bodies retina
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    This tutorial will give you a thorough introduction to the soft body dynamics system in RealFlow.Read More…
  • RealFlow
    Simulate a Champagne Bottle Pop with RealflowRealflow champagne retina
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    New Year's Eve is just around the corner and lots of Champagne bottles will be popped. Alongside that, lots of us will be asked to pop virtual Champagne bottles in our videos. Simulating a Champagne bottle pop in Realflow is actually very easy and relatively very fast. There are two approaches to this sort of simulation. One is to simulate the actual conditions that cause the liquid to push the cork out, and the other is to fake it with an animated emitter. In this Realflow tutorial, I'll walk you through these two methods. So… let's pop the Champagne!Read More…
  • RealFlow
    Simulate a Lava Lamp with Realflow: Part 2Realflow lava lamp pt2 retina2
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    In the second and final part, you'll create a mesh sequence based on the particle simulation you previously created in Realflow and import it into Maya, where you'll create a SSS (Sub Surface Scatter) shader for the wax, light the scene and do a final render.Read More…
  • RealFlow
    Simulate a Lava Lamp with Realflow: Part 1Realflow lava lamp pt2 retina2
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    Hey good folks, in this tutorial you'll learn how to simulate a lava lamp's hot wax floating in oil with Realflow. For this purpose, you'll create a condensed particle cluster that will be pushed and pulled by several opposing forces. Later, you'll create a mesh sequence based on the particle simulation and import it into Maya, where you'll create a SSS (Sub Surface Scatter) shader for the wax, light the scene and do a final render.Read More…
  • Motion Graphics
    Creating an Ice Cream Bar Animation with Maya, RealFlow And AE - Part 3Thumbnail 03
    Hey folks, in this three part tutorial spanning both Cgtuts+ and Aetuts+, we're going to create liquid chocolate pouring over a branded ice cream bar. To achieve this we will use Maya for mashing and rendering. RealFlow for the chocolate simulation. And finally in After Effects we'll create the chocolate chunks and glow streak swoosh, as well as the final compositing.Read More…
  • RealFlow
    Creating an Ice Cream Bar Animation with Maya, RealFlow And AE - Part 2Thumb pt2
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    Hey folks, in this portion of the tutorial we are going to focus on the pouring liquid chocolate simulation in RealFlow. We'll start off by finding ways to achieve a stable viscosity liquid simulation, and discuss the different ways to apply it on a horizontal surface VS a vertical surface. After that we'll import our simulation to Maya, create a shader for it and integrate it into the animation. Once you've wrapped up work on part 2, immediately head over to Aetuts+ for the conclusion of the project. Where you'll learn how to composite all the cg elements together and make everything look sexy with some post work in After Effects!Read More…
  • Maya
    Creating an Ice Cream Bar Animation with Maya, RealFlow And AE - Part 1Thumb pt1
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    Hey folks, in this three part tutorial spanning both Cgtuts+ and Aetuts+, we are going to create liquid chocolate pouring over a branded ice cream bar. To achieve this we will use Maya for mashing and rendering. RealFlow for the chocolate simulation. And finally in After Effects we'll create the chocolate chunks and glow streaks swoosh, as well as the final compositing.Read More…
  • RealFlow
    An Introduction to Fluid Simulation in RealFlow 4Thumb
    This relaxed tutorial will teach users how to work seamlessly between RealFlow4 and a 3D package (3ds Max 2008). It will cover how to create fluid and rigid body simulations, import and export SD files, initial states, mesh filters, 3d modeling and much much more.Read More…
  • Cinema 4D
    Create a Stylish Liquid Type Logo using Cinema 4D, RealFlow, and After EffectsThumbnail
    In this in-depth, 86 step tutorial, you will learn how to create a stylish liquid looking logo using Next Limit's Realflow. Using Cinema 4D as the main 3D package, you will learn how to integrate Illustrator and After Effects to efficiently design, simulate, export, and render your final animation.Read More…
  • Cinema 4D
    Match Your 3d Animation to Live Action Footage using Syntheyes, Cinema 4D, Realflow, and After EffectsPreview image
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    3d camera matching is simultaneously one of the most widely used and most elusive to learn CG techniques in both the film and advertising industries today. In this video tutorial, we will discuss a comprehensive method for tracking video footage, and eventually exporting it for use in your 3d package of choice. Read More…
  • Cinema 4D
    Create an Amazing Liquid Apple Effect in RealFlow, C4D and AE - Part 3Preview3
    In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a bullet shooting through a liquid apple using Realflow, Cinema 4D, and After Effects . On the first day, you will learn scene setup in Realflow and proxy objects, Day 2 will cover importing Realflow data back into Cinema 4D and setting up for multipass rendering, and on the third and final Day, we will focus on importing .aec data from Cinema 4D into After Effects and isolating individual elements, as well as post effects. Read More…
  • Cinema 4D
    Create an Amazing Liquid Apple Effect in RealFlow, C4D and AE - Part 2Preview2
    In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a bullet shooting through a liquid apple using Realflow, Cinema 4D, and After Effects . On the first day, you will learn scene setup in Realflow and proxy objects, Day 2 will cover importing Realflow data back into Cinema 4D and setting up for multipass rendering, and on the third and final Day, we will focus on importing .aec data from Cinema 4D into After Effects and isolating individual elements, as well as post effects. Read More…
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