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hi,
i have 3ds max 2018 + vray 3.6 .
I want to create some mist , do you guys know where i can find some tutos .i dont find good ones in YouTube. I have to create animation of mist coming out a showerhead.
thnx in advance.
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Look for Houdini tutorials on vimeo
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i dont have the houdini software
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>>600200
A crappy but quick way is to shoot a bunch of particles out and make each particle a plane that faces the camera with a circular gradient alpha texture. More particles smaller planes.
Only really works for background stuff but its something.
Dont know hiw to do this in Max though
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do you think i need phoenix for 3ds max??
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>>600203
It's free
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>>600200
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doRROFoV1OU
My work doing youth.
i have been doing electronic engineering for 5 yuears and im off the rails in 3ds max but if im right just add environmelt/fog.
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>>600200
Simple particle spray in 3ds max will do the trick.
You could also use an animated textured in a polygon, or add a volume fog effect in an atmospheric aparatus circle. pic related, fog effect




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