View Full Version : TSN Studios has just updated their site with downloadable files/job opportunities

03 March 2009, 03:31 PM
( have just updated our website; with new Job/Partnership Opportunities and new Samples in the FX Library there’s a lot of cool stuff to check out!

Be sure to watch the message from the CEO on our home page to find out how you can team up with us to create awesome demolition FX ( (

Also, in the FX Library we are offering free downloads of the actual 3D files for many of some of our most popular effects. Registered users of the site will be able to download the files, dress them up, and use them in their VFX demo reels.

Some improvements to look for over past samples include:
-Much smaller file size
-More randomized shapes
-Increased realism through materials like rebar, wood, aluminum, glass and others.
-Cooler models, not just buildings anymore...

Since we are providing you with the 3D files, you will have a great opportunity to add some demolition to your personal or company demo reel.

Keep an eye on the site as we continue to add to the FX Library. (

03 March 2009, 06:11 PM
Hi being a Realflow4 Licensee I must say you have an amazing Hard body Dynamics solver
very impressive.
but I dont understand why you think your sample files( MAYA only it seems) can be considered usable in someone elses personal Demo reel
when they obviously cant take credit for the setup& Simulation.

03 March 2009, 06:32 PM
Because you can use it for lets say: a demonstration of your rendering capabilities on a cool moving scene.

03 March 2009, 06:44 PM
I see if your reel is for Lighting&Rendering

03 March 2009, 07:08 PM
Man I really wish you gusy would license that software out....

03 March 2009, 07:10 PM
I see if your reel is for Lighting&Rendering

More so I was thinking along the lines of fluid effects (Fire, smoke and particles), textureing, lighting, rendering, animation of incorporating a character or camera. I understand the fact that the simulation is already done for you - as we get closer and closer to maybe releasing the software oneday we wanted to give the artist/animator a feel for what we can offer right now to understand where the technology is at.

Also we are getting other software file extentions ready to add plus other simulations to hopefully find something you would like to play with.

Sorry for the confusion.

03 March 2009, 07:28 PM
Cool Man !
again AMAZING solver
particualry the ,broken chunks still hung on metal Rebar(sp?),

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