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Old 08-03-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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Particles to form text

Hey, I know I am new here, but I figured if any community on the net could help; it would for sure be this community! About 3 months ago I came across the BEST pflow tutorial I had ever seen...and the sad part is, I cannot re-find it to save my life. It began with the host setting up a scene, camera, and lights. He then made pflow source that went to 2 different points, then formed text, and then acted like gravity was introduced. The particles hit the floor and rolled off. The background was silver, and the particle shapes were spheres, with a metallic blue material applied. It is not the "Shrek" one where they form the green text. The one I saw was the most helpful tutorial I have ever seen, and I really would like to see it again. Not sure if it helps, but also on the site there was the particles forming the tea pot. Does this ring a bell to anyone? Would LOVE any help.

EDIT: Nothing huh?

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Old 08-10-2012, 06:44 PM   #2
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Found It

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