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Hello! stuck a little, need help! reference https://www.shutterstock.com/en/video/clip-9239504-stock-footage-soap-texture.html?src=rel/9239561:1/3p I did a lot of tests with pyro and flip sims and came to almost what i want. biggest problem with pure fluid simulations - mixing of colors, resulting dirty one color, i abandoned this method. solution was to make particle advection while fluid simulations and it was good, but not enough detail. 1. to add details i have included 'add' and resample lines every frame, after 400-500 frame sim time makes me sad.. 2. there are still "black holes" (img) 3. points gives dirty render anyway. soap_effect_v01.hip soap_effect_v01.hip
Hello everyone, I'm attempting to recreate the shapes of large bubbles forming. My initial tests have been involving FLIP fluids, adding surface tension and removing gravity to create a jiggling ball of particles. Once it is meshed, I could then apply a refractive shader to get transparency. See the attached .mp4 for a flipbook of one of my tests for creating a small, single bubble. However, I'm curious as to how other artists might approach this problem. How would you go about creating these large, wobbly shapes so that they act naturally? How would you allow for art direction if you went with a simulation approach? Please share your ideas, I'd be very interested to hear what you think! Thank you! There is a good example of the shape I'm trying to create at 2:55 in the video below, although the whole bubble sequence is quite useful. bubbles_rnd_0708_01.single_bubble.mp4
Hey guys , i have been trying to create this effect but not there yet, i have attached a mov file along with this post, which shows the movement of bubble i am after. There have been few posts related to bubble effect but those were all static and no movement as such, If somebody could guide me on this it would be really helpful. ref_bubble.mov