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Kwago
08-29-2002, 08:27 PM
Any idea how i'd do this? It must be 3D!

Bytehawk
08-29-2002, 11:19 PM
go through this tutorial to get some ideas on how to achieve your effect

http://users.otenet.gr/~nixx/flame_tutorial.htm

not exactly what you're searching, but the technique might be adjustable to your taste

cheers

3DDave
09-01-2002, 08:46 PM
Napalm by Dynamic Realities

dark_lotus
09-02-2002, 01:27 PM
make the object an emitter, then reverse the footage!

Eugeny
09-02-2002, 06:47 PM
Here's some technique without particles:
1. Make your logo. Duplicate this logo to second layer and Metaform twice (or even three time) to get weary tiny mesh.
2. Kill all polygons on this metaformed logo. U mast get some point cloud with form of your logo.
3. Make new Morph target and apply some jitter with Gaussian (i used 500 mm - my greed was 200 mm).
4. Make another Morph target and apply jitter but this time with Uniform (i used 1m in all axis).

Eugeny
09-02-2002, 06:48 PM
5. Send your object to Layout. Hide your original logo and make second layer to appear as vertex.
6. On frame 0 make both morphs for points layer 100%.
7. On frame 30 make second morph 0%.
8. On frame 60 make first morph 0%.
Now make preview. U mast get some random motion of points till frame 30 and some arrange of this points till frame 60.

Eugeny
09-02-2002, 06:56 PM
Now play with HypeVoxels settings.
Here's frame 50 and 60 (i used Sprite mode with 7 mm particles and default Hyper texture with scale 1 mm)
U can make morph targets with some twist or other deformation tools. So use your imagination.

Kwago
09-03-2002, 06:09 PM
cool tips!

BUT! hehe

i need this sand to fall down and kinda appear to be filling up a shape (an X) to form the logo. would that making the object an emitter and reversing the footage accomplish this?

Eugeny
09-03-2002, 06:48 PM
What's a problem?
If u going to use my technique make the first morph with Jitter 1 mm on X and Z and 1m on Y. Move this jittered object from center (u can use Rest On Ground tool). Also apply some twist.

Bytehawk
09-03-2002, 09:49 PM
very kewl stuff,
you should post a tutorial like this to Proton (William Vaughan)
He would appreciate it

to elaborate a bit, you can use deformations on the point cloud in layout too .... like motion designer or a displacement texture

cheers

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