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Old 09-16-2013, 06:47 AM   #1
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Exclamation Slurping Spaghetti Effect

Ok...I'm not trying to create an animation of someone slurping spaghetti, but I imagine the method is the same. I'm researching a way to get an animated flowy ribbon to get sucked into a box. It will be flying around a room for a bit and then end up getting sucked into a box that will be moving as well. I was wondering if anybody had any method that would work best for this!? The ribbon will have a life of it's own that I'll have to probably have animation control over it while it's dynamic, but I figure I can use the dynamic joint chain with maya hair to animate that unless it interferes with whatever method I'll need to have it get sucked in...Any ideas!? Thanks in advance!
 
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nCloth plane (being wrap deformer of the ribbon, or the ribbon itself) pulled by transform constraints into the box.
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Old 09-17-2013, 11:27 PM   #3
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You might also want to place a volume axis field at the opening of the box to provide a continous inward push into the box. Thus once the tip of the ribbon was pulled into the box the rest would get sucked in, even if it was a small box.
 
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