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a thread died for this!?!?!
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thats actually pretty cool
would that work with very viscous fluid like honey or shampoo ?
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>>701728
are the Blender fluids at least faster than Maya's Bifrost?
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>>701739
Good.
This thread beats 90% of the shit out there.
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>>701741
Not faster, nor do they even come close to the quality of Bifröst.
Another problem is the lack of advanced tools to art direct and manipulate the fluid simulation.
Simulation tools in general are still one of Blenders major weak points.
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>>701771
you mean one of the countless weak points LMAO
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>>701728
>simulation in blender



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