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In the music video for Goosebumps- Travis Scott and directed by Brthr
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dst9gZkq1a8)
In the first 10 seconds of the video there is the skeleton burning into human effect. Does anyone know how to do that?
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I don't know how to do that's done and I don't really care, no.
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smoke and fire simulation
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>>566636
>get human mesh
>get skeleton mesh
>put skeleton inside human
>make human mesh combustible
>set it on fire
>simulate
>play the simulation backwards
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If only the smoke and flames on the Twin Towers were a simulation.
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>>566667
>make human mesh combustible
>set it on fire

oh yeah let me just hit the "combustion" and "set on fire" option in my 3D software.
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>>566680
if your software doesn't have that option then you are using the wrong software.
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>>566683
3dsmax
Maya
blender
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>>566680
literally blender -> objects -> quick effects -> quick smoke
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>>566699
Not one of the things i mentioned tho is it?
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>>566636
>nigger music
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>>566708
>>>/b/
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>>566702
>Loose Argument
"Hurr well it's not EXacTlY thE sAMe nAmE"
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>>567476
aside from the fact that you can't loose an argument you narcissist, smoke is very basic and can be done it lots of programs, fire is a little more difficult and 'combustion' is a magical idea that is basically impossible to do.
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>>566708
>mom's basement
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>>566684
>doing VFX
>not using Houdini

For fuck's sake anon




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