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Ahmed Saady

river sim - curvy shape

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Hello guys , 

im trying to make a river sim for large scale sim using the boundary layer but i can not get good looking waves for water.

i hope if you can have a look into my hip file and help me doing it correctly.

Also i was wondering , if this is the correct way to make river for large scale sim ?

 

Thank you 

 

 

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It's difficult to figure out what scale this simulation is supposed to represent. It would be a creek and those are stores or a river and those are boulders. 

Do you have reference for what you're trying to achieve?

 

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2 hours ago, animatrix said:

Hi,

I haven't looked at your scene but if your river is curved, you can use Gas Guiding Volume method to have continuous custom emission and sink sites:

https://www.sidefx.com/forum/topic/48409/#post-219027

I find this method more versatile than the Boundary Layer method, as it's more generic, though the latter is easier to set up.

thank you very much , well i tried now to make this setup and i hope it will give some nice results . 

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9 hours ago, Feather said:

It's difficult to figure out what scale this simulation is supposed to represent. It would be a creek and those are stores or a river and those are boulders. 

Do you have reference for what you're trying to achieve?

 

well i only try to get nice river look from it

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3 hours ago, animatrix said:

Hi,

I haven't looked at your scene but if your river is curved, you can use Gas Guiding Volume method to have continuous custom emission and sink sites:

https://www.sidefx.com/forum/topic/48409/#post-219027

I find this method more versatile than the Boundary Layer method, as it's more generic, though the latter is easier to set up.

this so good

 

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