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Old 06 June 2012   #1
Question about HarryPotter effect



May I ask that how plugins/software can make those light fluid above?
Is that realflow?

Can I do it with TP/PFlow?
 
Old 06 June 2012   #2
I'm nearly positive they are practical effects footage comped in. Foam and shaving cream like liquids lit up in post.

I know I've looked at the same shots as this and they disappear before they hit the ground.
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Old 06 June 2012   #3
oh
but can I use cg application to replicate it instead? and How?
What is the keywords to search if I want to read the tutorials about it?
 
Old 06 June 2012   #4
without a fluid solver i would look into pflow and keep apart.
have a driver event with a few particles and spawn many into a new event. then use a keep apart with negative force in the new event and point to the few particles event. you will end up getting clumping. i used that technique on the show house before. didn't even need a blob mesh around.

https://vimeo.com/24622443
0:34-0:40 you see some of it.

and here is a still:
http://www.incendii.com/images/frontpage/house01.jpg
 
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