In this tutorial you'll learn how to setup a realistic campfire simulation in 3D Studio Max using FumeFX and Thinking Particles. You'll get a crash course in the various tools and functionality of FumeFX while learning how to setup, control and optimize your simulations using FumeFX's powerful adaptive grid capabilities.
You'll also learn how to work with forces, tweak colors and light the scene as you fine tune the look of your simulation, before adding the final touch, burning embers with the help of Thinking Particles!
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