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  1. Hello, I have a question but I haven't found away to solve it , I want to instance soft bodies to a particle system that is constantly generating particles (constantly changing the numer of particles). That could be with FEM , grains or vellum you name it. which would be the best approach to do that, so far I faked the effect with the analytic foam tutorial on Entagma, but yet it is missing a lot of the motion I am looking for. Thank you for your help!
  2. Exploding Fruit!

    Hello, there good people, I really need help with this subject and I don't know what am I doing wrong to not get my replies on my posts If anyone knows why please help. Anyways I wanted to get a fruit to explode and be squishy, So Fracture RBD isn't really an option. And when I try FEM you can't really create a shell object as it fills the whole object with tets. Plus FEM is so slow and unstable -Don't know if I am doing something wrong-. Also, a sidenote how do I add custom exploding force to FEM Sims. Thank you so much in advance and I really hope someone helps me out as this is driving me crazy.
  3. Soft Body Object Packing

    I was curious on methods for using soft body aggregation and packing. Think spheres that pack together around a geometry.
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