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Create a Wicked Drum of Smoke in Blender
Create a Wicked Drum of Smoke in Blender
The basic setup is very simple - just a domain, a plane as an emitter and a vortex force field. This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with the Blender 2.5 smoke simulation. Blendfile available, too!
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Mix Smoke of Two Different Colors in Blender
Mix Smoke of Two Different Colors in Blender
The effect is based around a voxel data texture whith the heat values of the the smoke as source. This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with the smoke simulation in Blender 2.5. You can also download the finished blendfile.
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Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Finalising the Scene
Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Finalising the Scene
The smoke simulation system within Blender 2.5 has recently received a huge amount of attention from both developers and users alike. In this brand-new series we will introduce almost all of the latest features in a single project – creating a candle with a volumetric flame.
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Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Experimenting with Particles in Blender 2.5
Particles are lots of items emitted from mesh objects, typically in the thousands. Each particle can be a point of light or a mesh, and be joined or dynamic. They may react to many different influences and forces, and have the notion of a lifespan. Dynamic particles can represent fire, smoke, mist, and other things such as dust or magic spells. Static particles form strands and can represent hair, grass and bristles. This video tutorial will teach you how to set up a basic particles system, and go over some of the associated options.
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Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Basic Setup
Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Basic Setup
The smoke simulation system within Blender 2.5 has recently received a huge amount of attention from both developers and users alike. As the builds continue, a lot of things have been fixed or improved, and there are also some exciting new features! In this brand-new series we will introduce almost all of these features in a single project – creating a candle with a volumetric flame. Let’s get started!
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Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Shaders
Create a Volumetric Candle Using Blender 2.5 – Shaders
The smoke simulation system within Blender 2.5 has recently received a huge amount of attention from both developers and users alike. In this brand-new series we will introduce almost all of the latest features in a single project – creating a candle with a volumetric flame. This second part will show two ways to set up the fire shader with one being a lot more useful! While doing that, the rest of the new features will be explored…
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Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 5
Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 5
In the final part of his hi-res flame setup, Gottfried Hofmann, the man behind the official Blender smoke/fire documents, continues his look at smoke and fire simulation techniques within Blender 2.5 by adding in the scene camera and compositing together the final product. Prepare to be amazed at just what Blender can do for free!
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Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 4
Introduction to Smoke/Fire Simulation in Blender 2.5 – Day 4
In the next part of this invaluable in-depth series, Gottfried Hofmann, the man behind the official Blender smoke/fire documents, continues his look at smoke and fire simulation techniques within Blender 2.5. The 4th part of the series is all about working with optimized domains to improve your hi-res simulations. Prepare to be amazed at just what Blender can do for free!
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Introduction to Smoke Simulation in Blender 2.5
Introduction to Smoke Simulation in Blender 2.5
In this invaluable, in-depth series we’ll be taking a look at smoke and fire simulation techniques within Blender 2.5, and who better to take us through this process than the man behind the official documents himself, Gottfried Hofmann. Prepare to be amazed at just what Blender can do for free.
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Smoke Basics in Blender 2.5
Smoke Basics in Blender 2.5
NEW to Blender in Blender 2.5 is smoke. Before you would have to try to fake smoke with particles, but not anymore. With this tutorial you will get a primer into using the particles' smoke option to get a realistic smoke simulation.
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Reflections & Reflective Materials
Reflections & Reflective Materials
It is sometimes said that traditional illusions are all just 'smoke and mirrors'. In the digital world things are never that simple, but we can replicate the mirror effect with a few simple commands in Blender, giving us unique illusions of depth and complexity.
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