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Tfd Large Scale Flames Pt1 Thinking Particles Settings


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#1 SFX

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 04:44 PM

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File Name: TFD Large Scale Flames Pt1 Thinking Particles Settings

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The first part of the TFD Large Scale Flames Tutorial, here we look at the Thinking Partcle Setup


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Posted 19 March 2013 - 01:30 PM

I am working on a Title sequence for a video of a vacation to Florida twenty years when I took my 4, then, teenage daughters to Disney World. I labeled the tapes "Vacation to Hell" and I have gotten as far as putting all the text in the proper places and making it appear when I want it to, but I want to have flames licking across the top of the word hell. Okay, I got the tutorial downloaded and started working on it, but right away I noticed that my version of CD4 doesn't have those three little icons where you create the dynamic fluid container. Is that a new addition to CD4? I am trying to learn R12 and everything is different than the last time I used it (R9), so I am the proverbial lost Easter egg here. I, also, wondered if it is even possible to use a MOText object as a generator, or am I barking up the wrong tree here? Thanks for any assistance anyone might be able to provide.

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 02:40 PM

The menu system has changed a lot but my icons are custom made, just create a new layout as per your liking. TFD can be used on most objects including splines, just ad a tfd tag.

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Posted 23 March 2013 - 08:29 AM

I had an "aha" moment from your last reply. I looked and looked and couldn't find a tfd tag to add and I finally realized I didn't have the plugin for it. I had been adding a particle container and just thought I was in the right place. All is good now. I am currently rendering out my title sequence but I have to admit my flames don't look anywhere near as cool as yours. I have more of a fireball thing going on. Thanks for your help. I hope to follow your entire tutorial after I finish this, and see if I can replicate your flames.




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