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October Surprise - Cloth for leaves. Update: full sim added.

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A brief test using SimCloth for Autumn leaves...

 

BooH264.mov

 

 

 

UPDATE... here is a shaded wireframe render of the full cloth simulation that takes place before the rendered portion above.

 

Although "Show backfaces" is ON, the cloth patches only show their decal on one side in shaded mode. Not sure why.

 

Boo Cloth Simulation.mov

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That is Fun Rob!

 

Did you do a cookie cutter for the leaves or?

 

Tom

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That is Fun Rob!

 

Did you do a cookie cutter for the leaves or?

 

Tom

 

 

Thanks!

 

It was a cookie cutter with alpha channel.

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VERY VERY VERY NICE !!!!

 

I haven't played around with simcloth so far ( I think )... This really makes me want to... Could you post your workflow on that?

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Killer Rabbit in the Leaves... the new movie by Robert Holmén...

Be AMAZED ;).

 

Looks great Robert :).

Nicely done especially nice how the leaves slowly reposition/drop down after landing.

Very natural like that :).

 

See you

*Fuchur*

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update... I've added a render of the full cloth simulation in the top post so you can see how that is set up.

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VERY COOL! I like the way the leaves respect each other in the pile-up without so much 'clatter'... cloth sim seems pretty strong for this- this is how you do your soft-body dynamics too, right? THANKS for the alternate 'behind the scenes' movie- answers some questions.

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VERY COOL! I like the way the leaves respect each other in the pile-up without so much 'clatter'...

 

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

 

You can reduce clatter and excess liveliness in cloth by increasing the "Damping" values. This reduces the tendency of the particles to keep oscillating and reduces the effect that the motion of one particle has on neighboring particles.

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... THANKS for the alternate 'behind the scenes' movie- answers some questions...

 

I'd like to know / see more... What soft body dynamic examples are you talking about?

 

Greetz,

Elm.

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... THANKS for the alternate 'behind the scenes' movie- answers some questions...

 

I'd like to know / see more... What soft body dynamic examples are you talking about?

 

Greetz,

Elm.

 

 

 

Hi Elm... I've looked back at some of my old posts on soft body cloth and I think you've seen them, right?

 

 

like this one?

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No one expects... the rabbit hiding under the pile!

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