Author Topic: Playing with fire.  (Read 5578 times)

2015-11-03, 02:14:59

Nekrobul

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I will try to post here any upcomming Fumefx tests preformed with corona renderer.

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2015-11-03, 02:29:03
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That is pretty wild! It would be interesting to see the flames shooting towards the camera.
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2015-11-03, 02:32:10
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Nekrobul

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I am already working on it XD

I think i have lisened to much of this
 


And worked to many nights straight.
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2015-11-04, 01:03:05
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What kind of material you used to the flames ? Volumetric ?

2015-11-04, 10:33:18
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Nekrobul

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What kind of material you used to the flames ? Volumetric ?

No. It if Fume FX generated flames. As i already writen somewhere before it works (at least the flames part) in corona.
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2015-11-04, 12:48:00
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Nekrobul

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One more.

Something went wrong with the simulation and the fire still needs to be tweaked.

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2015-11-04, 15:13:58
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HA!... nice one!
What i do with Corona My Corona post of random stuff rendering
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2015-11-09, 16:36:52
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Nekrobul

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Finaly! I have found a way to scatter fume fx generated smoke in Corona-renderer.

Here 5 min test.

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2015-11-09, 17:45:13
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lightmansor

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Cool!

2015-11-09, 17:54:55
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great
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2015-11-09, 22:09:46
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how!?

2015-11-10, 08:31:49
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Nekrobul

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I will make a tutorial covering this method as soon as i will have spare time
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2015-11-11, 19:08:07
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Kitty aproves!

What i do with Corona My Corona post of random stuff rendering
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2016-11-17, 15:08:29
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Hi Nekrobul, your works are amazing, could you please let us know how much time it cost for rendering? Do you considering for doing its tutorials? If so, that will be awesome!! Cheers!!