OctaneWannabe wrote:Nice work!
Here's another Octane/Realflow user (not me) posting his early results:
http://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php ... ost1326073
I've got RF2013 and really need to get in motion with it (just beginning with both RF and Octane). We should try to organize the RealFlow/Octane users and pool what we learn, come up with some sample scenes and tutorials?
face_off wrote:This looks great. I wonder if you edit the material for the particle and use the "falloff map" node on the opacity pin you can render the sides of the particle invisible and it might then all look more like one liquid body?
p3taoctane wrote:Thanks mate
I'll load it up and give you some render specs on Tuesday morn.
Away from my Titan beast until then
Appreciate you sharing.
That is a good idea. There isn't much to learn between getting RF into Octane however, if you are using a normal mesh. I'd be interested to know what people are stuck on.
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