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  2 Weeks Ago
Yeah, it's all sorts of wonky making it work, but the results are nice, plus fire actually works as fire should, it illuminates!
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  1 Week Ago
Trying out some Xplosia with VrayforC4D 3.6.






Next on my list is fire/flame, and am facing serious user error, so I'm waiting on some enlightenment from the Vray forums before proceeding in that arena.

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  1 Week Ago
Looking good, Luke. And your impressions on prep and render times?
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  1 Week Ago
Thanks Luke, IMO the first seems to have too fast small noise at end, it somewhats loose the initial smoke feel.
The second the behavior seems like fog or a cloud forming and vanishing, looks good. It appears like those time lapse.
 
  1 Week Ago
Originally Posted by IceCaveMan: Looking good, Luke. And your impressions on prep and render times?

Both were fantastic; mo issues there. It rendered an order of magnitude faster (and cleaner) than using the Volume Fog technique to generate cloud formations.

Quote: IMO the first seems to have too fast small noise at end, it somewhats loose the initial smoke feel.


Completely agree; it was a longer sim (an hour or so), and I was really focusing more on the Vray side of the workflow rather than Xplosia.

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