•April 24, 2013 • 1 Comment
My colleague Gustavo is presenting the RealFlow 2013 version at the FMX, Stuttgart. I leave some videos for that presentation.
Fluid Working with Batch Graps
Massive fluids and massive secondaries
Amazing and fast simulations
Massive simulation with not impressive machine.
New meshing with incredible meshing time.
Alembic import / export
Maxwell Previews inside RealFlow
Working with GPU
Complex dynamics and fracturing simulations
Massive elements inside RealFlow
Dynamics Simulations without passes
•April 15, 2013 • Leave a Comment
The team of MaxwellRender put a new promo in the MaxwellRender web. Congratulations to my colleague Victor Sanchez, the video is great!
•March 19, 2013 • 2 Comments
My colleague Gustavo made a webinar about the new features of RealFlow 2013 and how to work with them.
“RealFlow 2013 webinar demonstrating the new enhancements coming in this latest version and how they can be used to create different effects. Hosted by Motion Media on 13th March”. Enjoy it!
•March 13, 2013 • 3 Comments
A video from Graham Mattew Collier, RealFlow 2013 beta tester. Take a look at the video. Great job!
•February 22, 2013 • 11 Comments
Unfortunately, mist simulations can’t be saved as BIN files so we can render them with FumeFX or Krakatoa. There is a workaround to get the BIN files by using scripting but we need to do the splash simulation twice. First one Splash + Mist and another one only the Splash . Take a look at the video.
Download the script from here
•January 15, 2013 • 5 Comments
Sometimes we want to make the effect where there are objects appearing from a state of invisibility to visibility. MaxwellRender don’t have the phisical possibility to render invisible objects, but we can play with the Opacity channel in the maxwell materials to achieve the same effect.
It can be done for any object, not just for fluids, but depending on the 3D platform we want to use to render will need to do it in a different way.
Using Multiplier Curve for 3Dsmax.
Using Set Driven Key for Maya.
Thanks to, my colleague, Victor Sanchez for explain me the Maya things.
•January 10, 2013 • 1 Comment
Happy new year 2013!
As I said, this year will be a great year for RealFlow. I’d like to share the webinar that my colleague Gustavo showed us yesterday. You can take a look at the new features for RealFlow 2013 explained in the video.