Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jun 1, 2012
Duration
2h 22m
Description

In this RealFlow tutorial, we will learn fundamentals for creating successful simulations of viscous liquids. Throughout these lessons, we will become familiar with key parameters that are frequently overlooked, which will in turn supply us with a stable simulation. We will start with the basics behind getting a standard look, and then we will go further to create stylized caramel and honey. Software required: RealFlow 2012, CINEMA 4D R13.

About the author
About the author

William Salas was born in Miami, Florida and currently lives and animates in Los Angeles, California.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hi, my name is William Salas. I'm a freelance animator based out of Los Angeles, California. In this training series, we're going to be using RealFlow and CINEMA 4D to work on various methods of using the Viscosity Parameter inside of RealFlow. One of the things that you will learn is which default parameters to change to get stable simulations. I'm going to be going through different simulation looks that will get you started working with viscous liquids. One of the projects that we're going to be working on is the caramel project and a honey project. In both of these projects, we're going to learn how to get stable simulations and how to achieve these different looks. You will also learn the workflow of exporting geometry from CINEMA 4D into RealFlow, running your simulations, and taking all that information back inside to CINEMA 4D to render. By the end of this course, you will be able to create several looks and feels of viscous liquids inside of RealFlow.