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  10 October 2006
Anyone ever try this training DVD?

I need to do a underwater scene that has to be pretty convincing. I may do some post production in AE not sure. But over all has anyone had any luck with the dvd?

I have used othe Asilefx dvds and they are pretty good. But I dont have time to fiddle around with it. I have to learn how to do this fast. My other options are realflow and lw for it. But hose posed challenges that I dont have time to conquer. Any advice or crits appreciated.
  10 October 2006
I have that DVD too. It is a very good underwater tutorial. It will help you set up a scene with the light rays and realistic looking lighting. I would have liked a bit more detail.

If you need some underwater mats, take a look at www.3Dcommune and check out Monsoon's store items for Vue. He has some scenes already setup with the light rays and some really fantastic eco systems.

  10 October 2006
Hi thanks for the opinion. SO by the end of the dvd were you able to make a pretty believe-able underwater scene? Or did the lack of detail kinda leave you hanging. Taking a look at the recommeded link now
  10 October 2006
Thanks for the 3dcommune link. I was unaware of that site. The Vue stuff was most interesting.

Is it just me, or does anyone else feel that a lot of Poser content/props ventures into the realm of 'virtual perv ware'? Strange and very sad ... Still, each to their own.
  10 October 2006
The DVD tutorial left me hanging and wanting more. It did get me a better start than if I had just played on my own, but it only covers the light rays and shadow settings. You can learn a lot just with using Monsoon's store items.
  10 October 2006
Guys Im kinda just looking Vue, when will the version 6 be out?
Alos the link to the 3dcommune is not working
  10 October 2006
No telling when V6 will be out, it could be a month, it may take longer....

3D Commune link

Carpenter by trade, Dreamer by Choice
  10 October 2006
hi there,
i`m doing an animated version of the sandman...

When i create an animated Sd file and add a fill deform to it, when action is pressed the animation plays but the fill deform does not follow the object.

I test an object emmiter and it follows the object, how does one get a fill emmiter to follow the animated object?

  10 October 2006
Hey Xcid, isn't that a Realflow question?
  10 October 2006
oops sorry had to many pages open when i typed that one....
  10 October 2006
No worries, I use realflow too. incidentally, where were you meaning to post. I think I got all the realflow forums sorted, which one(s) are you using?

  10 October 2006
Wow RF forums sorted! ? yeah they need to make an official forum here on CG talk ...but thats a diff post ...i tried to subscribe to the "unofficial realflow forum" but looks like the registerpage is buggy, didnt get a confirmation email. So im left with CGtalk...

Which forum am i looking for? mmm well i guess just a genereal please help me with my time stressed question forum im having probs witht the fill emmitter following my animated mesh of a kinda deformer forum i guess..

Thanks dude

oh and yes talking about real flow... tried this problem in ver 3.1.18 and ver 4
  10 October 2006
posted your question at the "unofficial" RF forum over at:-

and here at SpinQuad:-

Under the title of "animated sandman".

Hope you get some help.


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  10 October 2006
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