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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teehZ2x32LI
How can I can do this king of fire effects? I tried with particular and is really hard to control. Any idea?
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>>651827
Houdini has a great pyro solver for this
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>>651827
Houdiny or Turbulence FD
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>>651828
>Turbulence FD
>>651831
>Houdiny or Turbulence FD
No solution with after effects?
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>>651837
Maybe Particular or Elements 3d? Not sure, try to youtube it if there are any tutorials on this with such plugins in AE
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>>651839
I found this one
https://youtu.be/4y8RbJDM5tU but is hard to apply this into dynamic shape objects.
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>>651840
>but is hard to apply this into dynamic shape objects.
Cant watch the whole vid, but maybe you could apply it to dynamic object with tracking and animating/keyframing the shit out of all these masks andd stuff
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSCbWJT7V0M
I think with some tweaks you can use this procedural fire.
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>>651827
You'll need real 3d animation package for this. Maya fluids or Houdini.. Preferably Houdini or even Fume Fx on Max.
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>>652302
Blender can also do fluid and smoke sims. Just sayin'.



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