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brainmuffin

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    Lazlo Luongo
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  1. The simplest method would be to model a sphere, flatten it a bit, set the transparency to about 99%, and set the refraction to between 1 and 2, I believe.
  2. brainmuffin

    Fluid model

    iirc, the droplet physics control how the particles stick to each other, (mainly surface tension) and viscosity controls how fast or slow they flow over other objects.
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    Fluid model

    Ideally you're going to want the fluid particles to be as small as possible, depending on the type of fluid you want to simulate. For free-flowing liquids, i.e. water, milk, alcohol, you should have them under .5 cm. Maybe as low as .2cm. .5cm - 1.5 cm: paint, liquid caramel or chocolate, motor oil, etc Where you are now, 3cm-5cm is better suited for "clumpy" or "chunky" liquids: grape jelly, lava, vomit, raw sewage, etc. Of course, the scale of your simuation needs to be taken into account, too. If you're simulating water being poured into a glass, then .2cm particles are good. If you're trying to simulate a 100 ft section of a creek flowing, then you should definitely make them bigger. It's relative. Think of them as 3d pixels. The more of them you have, the better it's going to look.
  4. I only see 3 posts from thefreshestever, me, mouseman Me too.
  5. Come to think of it, that thread used to be a lot longer...
  6. http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=39507 After Mouseman there used to be a post from robcat, and then one (possibly two) from me. They're gone.
  7. Every thread I look at now has a link to the Forum Guidelines in a pink header at the top of the page. Am I the only one who gets this? I just looked, and a few of my posts have been removed. Am I being flagged as a troll now for some reason?
  8. this maybe? http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=23350
  9. Is the extras dvd available online anywhere? I can't find mine, and I'd like to get a look at those videos before I rig the chibi...
  10. It can also be done in a pose, like any other constraint, so it could be made part of the character's basic rigging...
  11. I am a noob still Your like Einstein and I am Jerry Lewis I think you've already done more with the software than I have... I've mostly just tinkered...
  12. Yeah, I have 'show advanced properties' turned on. didn't think of it. That's one of those things I set as soon as I install A:M & promptly forget about it...
  13. I didn't do anything else to get them to show up... Try deleting the constraint and recreating it... V15 here too.
  14. Hit the triangle for dynamic options, change targeting to spring.
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