Once upon a time there was a gif that was loved by all the cat and rainbow sites around the globe until one day when people realize how ugly it was… what happend really? Oh well.. welcome back 🙂 nah the gif’s nowadays are really nice.
Let’s continue on with some more mParticles. It’s time to start making some cool deformation. We will cover some basics about the glue operator and also a bit of camera animation with the camrig inside of the Animators Toolkit. Let’s get this show on the road!
Let’s see how we can make some softbody dynamics with mParticles inside of 3ds max 2014. It’s useful for so many things and once you get the softbody going it’s not hard to get the metal denting happening. It’s easy to do and i know you want to learn how to do it!
Let’s talk some about pflow and mParticles. In this intro to pflow mParticles in 3ds max 2014 we learn how to get started with the physics inside of pflow and we also cover some rules that we need to know.
Let’s create the popular effect that has been created so many times over, attraction! This is one of those things that we have seen many times by Cinema 4D users and it is a nice thing to know. Pflow is the tool to use when creating this, it’s easy, fast and most important, fun! Are you ready to rock?